Having been on the side lines, most of his life at Club Boulogne in France, where he appeared for just 12 minutes for the whole season as a central midfielder. Because of his diminutive stature, he had little playing time. No one ever knew that the rejected stone would later become the corner stone.
In August 2015 he joined Leicester City, from Caen for a fee of £5.6 million, there he made huge impact on the team, by scoring just thrice in all competition and he was voted player of the season for the club. His defensive ability is next to none, according to his team he is everywhere in the pitch, running as fast as ostrich. His coach Claudio Ranieri said "One day, I’m going to see you cross the ball and then finish the cross with a header yourself." That's to show how fast he is.
He won the Premier League With Leicester City in the 2015/16 season, he had 157 Interceptions and 175 tackles 20 more than any other defensive midfielder in the league. He won the player of the Year in Leicester before heading to Chelsea in the summer of 2017.
It was actually on this day 17/7/2017 that he signed for Chelsea Football Club of London for £32 million, a record signing for the club. After crossing the line and dotting the pen, Kanté said: "I am so happy to have signed for one of the biggest clubs in Europe. It’s a dream come true for me." He become the first player since Eric Cantona in 1993 to win back‑to-back top-flight titles in England with two clubs. This a feat rarely achieved by players.
Since Signing for Chelsea, Kante Has made;
169 appearances in all competitions
Scored sea 11 goals
Given 7 assists
Won the premier league
Won The Europa League
Won The FA Cup
Won PFA Players' player of the year
Premier League player of the season
FWA football of the Year
He is greatly admired by his team Mates and other professional because his style of play and tactfulness. He is a box to box type of player, always ready to sacrifice his energy and strength, he is disciplined, calm on the ball and he has an interesting Ability to read the game. Suffix to say that in his five years in the Premier League, He is yet to receive a Red card from any Referee.
When Eden Hazard was interviewed about Him, He has this to say "Sometimes, when I'm on the pitch, I think I see him twice. One on the left, one on the right. I think we play with twins." its hilarious how fast he is and always at the right place at he right time. He's off the pitch life, is a calm and a gentle one. He has never had any report written about him by the police or by eyewitnesses or involve in alcoholism or any type of abuse.
Ngolo Kante Is truly a legend both on and Off the pitch.
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