French Ligue 1 big spenders Paris Saint-Germain are understood to be plotting a move for Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante next summer according to The Sun.

The 26-year-old French international ace has played a starring role for The Blues since joining the club in a reported £32 million deal from Leicester City in summer 2016 and news that the player has admirers from across Europe comes a no real surprise.

It has been reported that French heavyweights PSG could be willing to pay as much as £90 million to secure Kante’s signature next summer as the club look to close in on the UEFA Champions League trophy after several years of failures in European football’s greatest club competition.

Kante was an English Premier League title winner in his first season at Stamford Bridge while he also reached the FA Cup Final with The Blues. The player won the Chelsea and English Premier League Player of the Year awards for his performances in 2016/2017.

The midfielder has made 51 appearances in all competitions for Chelsea to date and has scored three goals. Kante has the proud record of winning the English Premier League title in each of his first two seasons in English football with the player having also helped unfashionable club Leicester City to a shock title success in 2015/2016.

Kante is a player who is key to the future success at Stamford Bridge but The Blues may need to fight hard to keep hold of the midfielder next summer.

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