NGolo Kanté Reveals Why He Rejected PSG Move to Remain at Chelsea

​Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kanté has revealed that he has rejected the chance to move to Paris Saint-Germain this summer simply because he remains happy at Stamford Bridge.

Kanté's emergence has seen him attract plenty of interest from some of Europe's biggest clubs, with both PSG and Real Madrid thought to be incredibly keen to recruit the World Cup winner.

N'Golo Kante

PSG are expected to renew their interest during the summer but, speaking to ​Canal Plus​Kanté suggested that he is not totally convinced by the project of the Ligue 1 giants, while he does not even want to leave ​Chelsea anyway.

"Sometimes we do not necessarily know where we want to go. But we know what we have. I know I was in Chelsea and I was good there," Kanté explained.

"If I did not want to come to PSG it was more a sporting choice. I felt good in London, in the project and I was happy to stay there."

N'Golo Kante

It is not the first time that Kanté has spoken publicly about his love for ​Chelsea. He recently admitted that ​he could see himself staying with the Blues until he retires, and he hopes to repay their faith with many more ​Premier League titles.

While this is unlikely to actually stop PSG from trying to sign him, it gives Chelsea no reason to even entertain their offers.

Kanté is widely viewed as one of the finest players in the world in his position, and the Blues certainly do not want to let him go any time soon, even if he has not played too much of a role in Frank Lampard's new-look side.

Frank Lampard,N Golo Kante

The Frenchman has struggled greatly with injuries since the end of last season which have restricted him to just eight appearances this year.

However, the hope is that he has moved on from his issues as Kanté has started Chelsea's last two Premier League games. He even opened the scoring in the Blues' recent 2-1 loss to ​Manchester City, taking his tally to three goals in his last four league matches.

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Source : 90min