N’Golo Kante Closes in On £172m Move To Saudi Arabia!

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Chelsea star N’Golo Kante is on the verge of making a multi-million dollar move to Saudi Arabia, MySportDab reports.

The France international is fast closing on a deal to join the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema in the Saudi Pro League this summer.

As per reports, Kante may likely seal a move to the Saudi Pro League in Saudi Arabia in a matter of days.

He is on the verge of joining Karim Benzema at Saudi Pro League champions, Al-Ittihad this month.

The representatives of Al-Ittihad had flown into England on Tuesday night to meet N’Golo Kante’s camp and discuss terms of contract.

Sources close to the midfield sensation revealed N’Golo Kante has been offered a two-year contract with Al-Ittihad worth £176m.

He will earn £86m every season when he seals a move to the club.

MySportDab reports N’Golo fell out with Chelsea hierachy over a new contract proposal that did not meet his demand.

Due to his niggling injury crisis that has bedeviled his career with the Blues, Chelsea were not keen on giving N’Golo Kante a new long term contract but were interested in a short term deal to keep him at the club.

Kante rejected the proposal, vouching for a long term contract.

The former Leicester City midfielder run out of his Chelsea contract at the end of this month.

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He was linked to Barcelona move but now the offer from Al-Ittihad in Saudi Arabia is the only concrete option on the table before his contract expires in few weeks.

Kante joined Chelsea as a Premier League winner with Leicester City and also won the Premier League with the London club on his debut season.

He has made 180 appearances for the club, scoring 11 goals.

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