Tuchel And Chelsea Disagree As Blues Make N’Golo Kante Tough Transfer Decision Amid Interest From Man United

N’Golo Kante has been marked as a top transfer priority by the new Man United manager, Erik Ten Hag

The Blues midfielder is increasingly linked to a move away from Stamford Bridge with his contract set to run out next year.

N’Golo Kante is known to be one of several names loved by the fans in the current Chelsea squad following his dedication towards the team task.

The Frenchman has mostly carried the club through so many games but sadly dropped a bit in from towards the end of the 2021/2022 season.

Tuchel And Chelsea Disagree As Blues Make N'Golo Kante Tough Transfer Decision Amid Interest From Man United 1

Man United have emerged to be very interested in the 31-year-old with Erik Ten Hag falling in love with the players art.

Chelsea on their end are already considering letting go of the player according to Daily Express who claim the Blues are even considering making him available for a lesser price.

The former Leicester City man is still in contract with Blues until the summer period of 2023 and Man United are growing in confidence on their aim to convince Chelsea into a sell.

Left for Blues, it’s reported that they are willing to sell Kante but Somtosport understands that Thomas Tuchel has no plan to let go of Kante.

Tuchel sees Kante as a vital part of his squad and won’t entertain the idea of losing him now that he is out to build a stronger Chelsea squad.

The German tactician wants to build his midfield around Kante with news also linking Jorginho to a possible exit.

Tuchel And Chelsea Disagree As Blues Make N'Golo Kante Tough Transfer Decision Amid Interest From Man United 2

Thomas Tuchel’s desire and plan is to keep Kante no matter how little his contract is remaining and have clocked 31-year-old, a renewal for Kante is likely to come in a year extention deal.

Chelsea announced Todd Boehly has almost completed purchase of the club and will be officially unveiled as the new owner on Monday.

The West Londoners will now return to transfer market business after a long sanction was levied on them.


For more interesting football stories, kindly visit our homepage.