Sign up N’Golo! Chelsea offer £100 million man Kante massive contract offer
We have reportedly offered midfielder N’Golo Kante a whopping £290,000-a-week contract to stay at Stamford Bridge, according to reports in the media.
ince his arrival to Stamford Bridge from Leicester City, Kante has developed into one of the best holding midfielders in world football and is the heartbeat of the midfield, not only protecting the back-line, but giving the likes of Eden Hazard, Willlian, Pedro and Jorginho to strut their stuff in attack.
However, there has been some reports in the media which have claimed French giants PSG are now ready to make a staggering £100 million offer to try and prise him away from the club, with Kante even admitting there has been some contact.
He was quoted: ‘There was not a big desire on my side to go elsewhere after the World Cup. There was interest from other clubs, but after speaking with Chelsea, things were clear.
‘The club is counting on me and I feel good here. What was logical therefore was to stay at Chelsea. There were some discussions with PSG. But after a discussion with Chelsea I understood that what was most important was to feel good where I was.
‘I feel good at Chelsea. It is good for me to stay at Chelsea.’
But now the Metro website has claimed that we are all set to end speculation on his future and offer him a deal that will make him one of the highest paid players in the Premier League, and the highest at the club.
The contract offer would double his current wage at the club, and also take him over the £220,000-a-week contract Eden Hazard is currently receiving.[the_ad id=”238″]
The news is great, get the deal signed N’Golo.
Losing Kante at the end of the season would be devastating for the way Sarri likes to play and I am hoping that signing the new deal will end the speculation surrounding his future at the club, but we believe it wont.
Although I am a firm believer that players sign deals because they have the intention of staying put, the right offer from another club always turns a players head and even if Kante signs a deal, there is no guarantee that he will stay beyond the season or the summer.
Buy why leave Stamford Bridge now when there are bright times ahead?