According to the Italian press, N’Golo Kanté is not on the market but the Blues could welcome offers consider they are good ones.
Chelsea launched their crazy transfer window for weeks already. Among the big teams of the European continent, the London formation is by far the most active, with nearly 150 million euros disbursed for Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and Ben Chilwell.
In addition Thiago Silva and Malang Sarr, both arrived at zero price(Free Transfer). because they’re at the end of their contract with their previous club. But the Blues will still have to downsize.
In June, the British press unveiled a list of six unwanted Chelsea players, the sale of which was to be used to fill the coffers. They were then Tiémoué Bakayoko, Emerson Palmieri, Davide Zappacosta, Danny Drinkwater, Michy Batshuayi and Victor Moses. As for N’Golo Kanté, rumors of a departure have subsided considerably lately.
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“I’ve read rumors and discussions about him and his future at the club. I have said it many times, N’Golo is one of the best midfielders in the world and I would have loved to play with him, with his style of play, he has everything,”Frank Lampard had launched at the end of June.
Since then, however, Xtratao Media News have learned that Inter came strong on this issue. And as La Gazzetta dello Sport explains, the Frenchman is not considered to be on the transfer list by his club … but Londoners will still listen to the offers consider they’re good ones.
According to the Italian publication, the Blues will let their 29-year-old midfielder slip away in the event of an offer reaching 50 million euros. An amount that Inter Milan could well spend, since Antonio Conte has made it his priority for midfield.
The newspaper with the pink pages specifies, however, that the Milanese will have to slim down considerably, and their players like Matias Vecino and Roberto Gagliardini will probably leave in the coming weeks to finance the arrival of the former SM Caen.
Thomas Partey would be the plan B of the Lombard club.