- N'Golo Kante is a French footballer who is currently playing for Chelsea
- The World Cup winner has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge
- Chelsea have however demanded massive £80m from any side interested in Kante
Premier League side Chelsea are reportedly ready to sell France international N'Golo Kante this summer only if the Blues can get the sum of £80m which is around N41 billion.
N'Golo Kante is one of the best midfielders in the Premier League considering his superb performances for the Blues and when he was playing for Leicester City.
The World Cup winner was among the players that helped Leicester City win the Premier League title before he made the move to Chelsea.
And since the Frenchman got to Stamford Bridge, he has been able to win the hearts of the Blues' faithfuls with his impressive games.
Currently, Kante's future at Chelsea in not certain and even Frank Lampard has not decided if he want him in his squad next term or not.
But according to the report on Express UK, Chelsea chiefs are ready for business on N'Golo Kante if they can get any club that would meet up with their asking price.
Inter Milan are reported to be interested in the signing of N'Golo Kante this summer as manager Antonio Conte wants to have a reunion with the French player.
Antonio Conte signed N'Golo Kante for Chelsea four years ago when the Italian was the gaffer at Stamford Bridge.
Conte is also said to be interested in the signing of Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how embattled Chelsea goalie Kepa Arrizabalaga reportedly made up his mind to stay at Stamford Bridge this summer and fight for his position in the coming Premier League season.
Two years ago when Chelsea signed Kepa from Athletic Bilbao, Chelsea fans thought that the Spanish goalie would impress, but he was unable to win the hearts of the club's faithfuls.
Prior to the end of last season's campaign, Frank Lampard decided to bench Kepa Arrizabalaga for some games and decided to use Willy Caballero.
Kepa missed the FA Cup final against Arsenal which was won by the Gunners and was also left out of the Champions League return leg against Bayern Munich.
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