Published: Wed, August 01, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Kante Offered Huge Raise By Chelsea To Deter PSG


Chelsea have offered midfielder N'Golo Kante a new contract that will see him ranked as the highest paid player in the club's history in a bid to ward off potential interest from Paris Saint-Germain. The French midfielder now has a contract that expires in 2021.

Kanté has been offered a five-year deal worth up to £15 million a season, which roughly doubles his present wage and would take him above Eden Hazard who is Chelsea's top earner on £220,000 a week. Kante has been instrumental at Chelsea since his £30 million switch from Leicester City.

Kante, meanwhile, has not yet pushed to leave Stamford Bridge, with new manager Maurizio Sarri planning on using him on the right of recent addition Jorginho in a three-man midfield.

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After helping France win the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Kante has attracted the attention of European clubs. In his quiet, unfussy way, he has already won a couple of Premier League leagues, an FA Cup and World Cup in the past three years.

Chelsea have no intention of letting him go, though.

The deal will make the World Cup victor the best paid player on their squad, even ahead of Eden Hazard.

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The World Cup victor has established himself as one of the finest midfielders in the world during his three years in England and PSG are willing to break the bank to sign him.

To keep off the Champions League holders, it has been reported that the English side is willing to offer the Belgian similar terms to Kante.

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