Chelsea Star to REJECT PSG as he is "at home" in Blue - The Chelsea Chronicle

Chelsea Star to REJECT PSG as he is "at home" in Blue

Chelsea star, N’Golo Kante, is expected to reject any interest from French giants Paris Saint-Germain as he is “at home” playing at Stamford Bridge.

With Chelsea’s season being far from what was promised at the start, the club could face an unsettled summer with key players like Kante, Hazard and Willian all being linked to moves away from Stamford Bridge.

There is also a big question mark over Head Coach Antonio Conte and which dugout he will be sitting in next season.

PSG are believed to be keen on testing the resolve of the Chelsea hierarchy who are facing a second season in three without Champions League revenues.

N’Golo Kante signed from Leicester City for £30m in the summer of 2016 and PSG are ready to pay at least double that to take him back to the French capital.

However, Kante is not interested telling the Evening Standard,

“I am at home. It is my club, I am a Chelsea player.

This is my second year at Chelsea. After what happened last season, it was a very good one for us because we got to celebrate winning the title.

In the second season, I have got to play in the Champions League and we are going again to finish in the top four. We will fight until the end to finish in the top four and to get in a Champions League position.

We also have the FA Cup to play for — it is a good competition. Last season we failed in the final. It is the only trophy we can win this season, so we have to give everything to get to the final and win it.”

Whilst Kante could no doubt earn more than his £150,000 a week contract if he were to move to PSG, it is reassuring for fans to hear that such a key player at the club is committed to sticking around when it is unlikely to involve Europa League football next season.

Kante was instrumental in Chelsea’s extra-time win over Leicester City at the weekend and will be fundamental in the remaining games of the season.

N’Golo Kante’s 2017/18 stats