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N'Golo Kante refutes claims he will join PSG

21 March 2018

Alonso has proven himself to be equally adept in both attack and defensive over the last couple of seasons, and was an integral part of Chelsea's 2016/2017 Premier League winning side.

Alonso has done more than enough to warrant keeping at Stamford Bridge, and his sale would also leave the Blues short of left-sided options, so the best course of action would likely be to fend off any interest in him this summer.

'I am at home.

While Kante is considered one of the classiest players amongst the elite of the Premier League, he by no means shows it off.

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"We will fight until the end to be in the top four and the Champions League positions".

While the title defence is a lost cause, Chelsea is still in the hunt for silverware.

Paris Saint Germain have made the signing of Kante one of their main targets when the transfer window reopens.

FA cup quarter final review. Last season we failed in the final.

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"We have the FA Cup, which is a good competition".

"It's the only title we can win this season so we have to give everything to go in the final and win it". However, his latest statement is set to bring a halt to their chase.

Kante, who joined the Blues in 2016 after helping Leicester City to their improbable Premier League title triumph, has been linked with a move to big-spending PSG in his homeland of France.

The France global has three years left to run on a contract that reportedly earns him £150,000-a-week, and Chelsea regard him as central to their long-term plans. With Hazard and Courtois's future uncertain, Chelsea fans will be happy knowing that at least one of their star performers plans on staying at the club.

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N'Golo Kante refutes claims he will join PSG