Trending: N’Golo Kante Blast Leicester City To Complete Arsenal Transfer

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Arsenal Target N’Golo Kante has rejected a new deal from Leicester city as big club’s circle around the midfielder.

Kante has been in superb form since moving to the Premier League for around £6m from Caen last summer and has gone on to wow fans, pundits and managers. His exploits as he helped Leicester City secure the Premier League title won him a place in the 2016 PFA nominee list.

Premier League giants and European giants are now keen on luring the midfielder away from the King Power Stadium.

Top of the list of suitors is Arsenal, Wenger is reportedly an admirer of the France international and is prepared to activate the £20m release clause in the player’s contract as he attempts to lure him over to North London.

Reports in France are claiming Manchester United are also monitoring the player’s situation as Mourinho intends to strengthen the spine of his new club. PSG are also very keen on the midfielder and the French club plans to hold talks over signing the midfield enforcer. In a bid to stop suitors from coming close to the midfielder, Leicester City offered the midfielder an improved contract with the hope of increasing his buy out clause but according to Le Parisien via Team Talk, the player rejected the Foxes new deal and has set his sight on a move to Arsenal.

Arsenal just Fresh from completing the signing of Granit Xhaka will be buoyed by the player’s preference to move to the Emirates but PSG who have held talks with player’s representatives on two occasions aren’t giving up just yet. The French club has planned further talks with the player’s camp in the coming days and would rival Arsenal for the player’s services.


  1. By michael lim


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