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NGolo Kante To Tottenham On The Table For Antonio Conte [Details]

Tottenham could go all in for Ngolo Kante over interest from their manager Antonio Conte, MySportDab reports.

There has been a lot of concerns on Ngolo Kante future which have lots of clubs hovering around him for a possible move.

His contract with Chelsea is coming to an end and there hasn’t been any new talks concerning extending his stay further with the club.

NGolo Kante is currently out with an injury which have kept him away from the team for a long time and it hasn’t been an easy one for the player.

The France International won’t be playing for his country at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar after being ruled out alongside Paul Pogba.

Kante was claimed to have put w stop in extending his contract with Chelsea over the sacking of Thomas Tuchel who they both share a good working relationship.

As things may stand now, Todd Boehly earlier confirmed they will be hoping to keep the player with a new deal which they are yet to make happen.

Talks haven’t started for now, and as it stands Ngolo Kante could be heading out once his contract with Chelsea expires end of the season.

According to reports coming from Transfer News Live, Tottenham manager Antonio Conte is hoping for a possible move if he becomes a free agent.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Antonio Conte really appreciates N’Golo Kanté and would be interested in signing him on a free transfer for Tottenham this summer. (Source: @MatteMoretto).

Chelsea for now are still waiting on the player before they decide on their next move but meanwhile they already have backup plans in case they failed to reach an agreement.

Arsenal has also registered interest in signing Ngolo Kante and many other clubs will be monitoring his situation with Chelsea.

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Ifeanyichukwu Chris Akashili

Lagos Based Football, Sports And Biography Writer For MySportDab, Pro Football Expert - Chelsea Football Club Correspondent.

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