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N’Golo Kanté could leave Chelsea for free in the summer of 2023: Paris Saint-Germain should be interested.

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is an absolute star ensemble and extremely strong in every position. However, if you want to find a small weak point, it is most likely in the central midfield. Maybe that’s why PSG should be interested in star N’Golo Kanté.

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Paris Saint-Germain has a strong central midfield with Marco Verratti, Fabian Ruiz, Vitinha, Renato Sanches and Danilo Pereira. And yet: At the absolute top level, one can critically remark that teams like Real Madrid, FC Bayern or even a tick are better positioned. Of course, the Parisians want to eradicate this and are apparently looking at a very prominent candidate. We’re talking about N’Golo Kanté, whose contract with Chelsea expires in the summer of 2023.

Kanté before a possible move to Paris: What can the veteran still do?

A change of the French national player to Paris would be absolutely realistic. However, it is questionable whether the grandiose ball conqueror can really help the club in sporting terms. Kanté is undoubtedly one of the best midfielders of recent years and has a great personality, but his injury problems are serious. The player suffered from a number of injuries last year and has only been able to play two games this season due to a hamstring injury. Among other things, he will also miss the one in Qatar. In March, Kanté will also be 32 years old.

So it’s not like Paris would get a world-class player in the prime of his time. Things could also develop like Schweinsteiger at Manchester United or Sergio Ramos at Paris Saint-Germain – at least in his first year.

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This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as.

Source: Stern

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