According to popular sports journalist Fabrizio Romano, midfielder Ngolo Kante is set to sign a three year contract extension with his current employers Chelsea football club, recall that the midfielders current contract runs out at the end of this season.
The club and player have been discussing a renewal for sometime now and it looks like they have reached an agreement, Ngolo Kante is back from injury and extending his contract for another three years plus an option for a further one year could be what the club needs at the moment.
Ngolo Kante is back to full fitness and ready to extend his stay at Stamford Bridge via Twitter photos.
The midfielder have been missed in this Chelsea team but could be back to action in the month of March.
Mateo Kovacic, Ngolo Kante and Reece James via Twitter photos.
Meanwhile midfielder Mateo Kovacic have been linked with a move to Chelsea rivals Manchester city, the rumor added that Manchester city manager Pep Guardiola is a big admirer and could look to make a move for him in the summer.
Mateo Kovacic via Twitter photo.
As always we will continue to bring you more developing stories from the transfer front.
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