- N'Golo Kante is wanted at Real Madrid to add more depth to the club's midfield
- Kante is said to be unwilling to leave Chelsea despite moving ahead of Pogba in Madrid's summer transfer hit list
- Declan Rice, who is also wanted at Man United has since been identified as a potential replacement for Kante at Real Madrid
Chelsea will reportedly make a move for West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice should they lose N'Golo Kante this summer.
Kante is being tracked by Real Madrid who are keen to snap up the Frenchman from Stamford Bridge as they look to add more depth in the midfield.
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Mirror UK now reports should Kante complete aa sensational move to the La Liga, it would open doors for Chelsea to lure Rice to west London.
Recently, Blues boss Frank Lampard admitted his side had hugely missed the services of Kante who was largely sidelined with injuries during the currently suspended campaign.
The former Leicester City star has been a standout squad member at Chelsea where he has established himself as one of the finest midfielders in the world.
Whereas he is understood not to be keen to leave, reports in the UK contend the World Cup-winning star has moved ahead of Paul Pogba on Madrid's transfer shortlist.
Meanwhile, Rice is largely viewed as perfect replacement for Kante at Chelsea having emerged as a regular with the Hammers.
The youngster joined West Ham after he was released by the Blues when he was 14 but has blossomed at the David Moyes-tutored club to attract interest from several clubs including Man United.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how homes of Chelsea manager Frank Lampard and that of late Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha have reportedly been robbed in England.
Premier League side Leicester City lost their owner in October 2018 which was a great loss for the players, staffs and followers of the English topflight.
According to the report on UK Sun, his house has been locked ever since his death before thieves broke into the mansion and stole valuables worth £1 million.
The house is said to be situated in West London and all the properties of the deceased have been kept there.
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