N'Golo Kante Tips Eden Hazard For PFA Prize

Posted April 13, 2017

Kante has emerged as one of the world's best midfielders since joining Leicester for their title winning campaign last season.

Kante stands to become the first outfield player to win successive Premier League titles with different clubs and is Sky Bet's overwhelming favourite for the annual individual award.

The France global was in demand after an impressive first Premier League season with Leicester City, but eventually signed for the Blues in a reported £32million deal. "Tottenham are a good team playing very well, so it's not done and we have to fight".

In turn, while £51m is a lot of money and will be hard to turn down, surely Chelsea will prioritise what is best for the success of the club, and that means keeping Kante regardless of the money on offer as he is simply that important as his track record is starting to show.

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The 26-year-old added: "Because I played in the lower divisions in France, to have the chance to train with players from academies made me think "ok, I need to keep learning, working and improving".

Full of energy and perfectly-timed challenges, Kante would seem to receive plaudits after every game, but the player himself played down his importance in both the miracle of last season and the resurgence of Chelsea since his arrival. "That is why I didn't go to Arsenal and went to Chelsea", Kante said when asked about interest from the Gunners, as quoted by Goal.

N'Golo Kante was speaking at Woodroffes Solicitors, London, after becoming an ambassador for Foundation Arthritis.