Mercato Mercato – PSG: The moment of truth is approaching for a hot file from QSI

On the sidelines of the next summer transfer window, Luis Campos could hit hard by finally getting his hands on N’Golo Kanté, a long-time QSI track. However, the road that leads to the tricolor world champion is strewn with pitfalls and FC Barcelona would be a major obstacle for PSG.

N’Golo Kante could he finally become a player of the PSG ? Since the coronation of Leicester City in the spring of 2016, senior decision-makers from Paris Saint Germain would appreciate the fact of welcoming the one who became world champion in 2018 in Russia with theFrench team. However, each attempt of the PSG ended in failure, Kante chose to join chelsea in 2016 and then to stay there when Thomas Tuchel had expressed his interest during his time on the bench of the Paris HolyGerman.

Chelsea don’t let go of Kanté

And if Luis Fields could succeed where its predecessors failed? The football adviser PSG would have a good card to play with N’Golo Kante due to the imminent expiration of his contract at chelsea, which only runs until next June. However, according to The Evening Standardthem Blues have the firm intention of keeping N’Golo Kante and this, although the XXL transfer ofEnzo Fernandez looms. The will to chelsea would remain to extend the contract of the French midfielder.

N’Golo Kanté wants to stay at Chelsea…

Always according to The Evening StandardN’Golo Kanté would cultivate the desire to stay chelsea as pointed out to you last October. The principal concerned would continue to discuss with his leaders to extend his contract although he rejected their proposal for two additional years, judging that the salary offered was not up to his expectations.

…but will leave England in case of failure in the negotiations, Barça ideally placed?

If ever an extension is not possible, the choice of Kante would relate to a departure from English football. What to do the business of PSG ? the heart rate Barcelona would currently be ideally placed to welcome him according to The Evening Standard.