Chelsea ‘is going to cash in on N’Golo Kante with Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte’ excited about a reunion ‘
Chelsea ‘cashes in injury-plagued star N’Golo Kante as Frank Lampard considers the midfielder’s future at Stamford Bridge’ … while Antonio Conte ‘wants to reunite with the Frenchman by taking him to Inter Milan’
- Chelsea could be ready to let N’Golo Kante leave at the right price
- The French midfielder has suffered a series of frustrating injuries this season
- Former boss Antonio Conte loves a reunion and wants him at Inter Milan
- Kante has three years left on his current deal, standing at £ 290,000 a week
Chelsea could be ready to cash in on N’Golo Kante this summer, according to reports in Italy.
The Frenchman was once considered untouchable by Blues boss Frank Lampard, but the midfielder’s battle with injuries has softened his stance.
And according to Gazzetta dello SportChelsea could be ready to fire the Frenchman with Kante’s former boss Antonio Conte who already had a move to take him to Inter Milan this summer.
Chelsea are ready to cash in on midfielder N’Golo Kante, according to reports in Italy
However, a move for the 29-year-old won’t come cheap, as he has three years left on his current deal at Stamford Bridge.
Kante also earns a reported £ 290,000 a week at Chelsea, which could also be a problem for potential candidates.
However, Conte is reportedly willing to look past the injury issues and high wages as he plans to strengthen his midfield after a disappointing campaign in the San Siro.
Antonio Conte loves a reunion with Kante after their stay at Stamford Bridge
Kante has started 20 Premier League games this season, including four after-game appearances.
But Lampard has hinted that he won’t rely on the World Cup winner forever because his persistent hamstring issues remain an issue.
Lampard said, “We’ll see how we are pre-season. I like looking at managing a player like him, with the level he has reached in his career over the years.
“It will be a very open conversation between myself and N’Golo and our strength and conditioning coach and our medical team. The big problem this season was that he was injured in the preseason and missed much of the season.
Lampard hinted that he can’t rely on Kante forever, but he is happy to direct a player when he
“We tried to get him fit for the Super Cup quickly and he was incredible in his performance [against Liverpool] but he was still struggling. That was a domino effect for him. It is time to take stock in this period.
“The injury he has now is not really related to the serious nature of the knee injury he entered the season.
“It’s a minor injury that probably has more to do with the games played and the lack of preseason.”