N’Golo Kanté’s transfer to Barcelona is almost done as Chelsea refuses contract extension

N'Golo Kanté

N’Golo Kanté can leave Chelsea on June 30, and PSG already has him in their plans. He is probably very close to making a deal that would last the rest of his career.

Paris Saint-Germain had been trying to sign N’Golo Kanté for a long time so that they could have a professional defensive midfielder on their team. But the Chelsea star has never been interested in playing in Ligue 1. When his current contract with Chelsea ends in June 2023, the French international will be 31 years old. At that time, he will once again be associated with PSG.

But Kante still doesn’t want to go back to France because he has personal obligations there, according to reports. Even though it’s unlikely he’ll stay with the Blues for a long time, the Paris native might go to Spain.

Does N’Golo Kanté have plans to join Barcelona?

FC Barcelona is close to making a deal with N’Golo Kanté to take over Sergio Busquets’s role once he leaves at the end of the current season. Busquet’s contract with Barcelona will expire at the end of the season. The media in Catalonia says that talks between the leaders of Barcelona and the people who work for Kanté have been going on for a long time. The talks are going very well, and it’s possible that the deal will be done as soon as the next winter transfer window opens.

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Xavi Hernandez has a requirement he would want N’Golo Kante to meet before he would accept him into the club. According to Sport, the coach of Barcelona would want to be sure that the Frenchman, who had hamstring surgery in October this year, has regained his athletic skills before deciding whether or not to sign him. So, Kanté has the chance to sign his lease with the people of Camp Nou if the medical team at the Catalan club thinks he is ready to play. PSG’s attempt to sign the Chelseas world class midfielder might end in a loss.

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