Kante To Barcelona?


Barcelona is ready to make a summer move for Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante if the Bluesenior decides to leave Stamford Bridge. Club president Josep Maria Bartomeu wants Kante as part of a rebuild in midfield as Barca searches for a successor to Sergio Busquets and Ivan Rakitic. The Premier League club wants the 28-year-old to extend his contract beyond the two years remaining on his deal, but if he refuses they are likely to look for around £90m.”

N’Golo Kante has been one of the most consistent midfielders in Europe for the past few seasons. He won back-to-back titles with Leicester City and then followed it up by helping Chelsea win their second Premier League title since Roman Abramovich’s takeover in 2003.

Kante has been excellent both on and off the ball, often breaking up attacks before they can really get going while also chipping in with goals from set pieces and long range shots. His performances were rewarded when he was named PFA Player of The Year last season, but reports suggest that Barcelona are interested in signing him this summer if Chelsea decide to sell.

Kante Might Exit Chelsea

The Catalan giants have identified Kante as a potential replacement for Arturo Vidal who will be out until 2020 after undergoing knee surgery last year due to an ACL tear sustained during pre-season training sessions at Barcelona’s facilities in Sant Joan Despi, Spain which has left his future uncertain due to concerns about whether he could ever return after such extensive injuries suffered at such a young age (28).

Barcelona have already signed Frenkie De Jong from Ajax which allows them flexibility when trying new formations next season which could be crucial given how much time Lionel Messi spends on the bench due to fatigue caused by matches played over multiple tournaments throughout each year; consisting mainly between 13 fixtures across European competitions every season plus Copa del Rey ties during winter months when temperatures drop sharply making playing conditions difficult under pressure against unfamiliar opponents such as Madrid CF/Real Madrid CF (Champions League), Atletico Madrid/Levante UD

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