The 27-year-old is widely regarded to be one of the finest holding midfielders in world football and he has been earning lots of praise for his strong performances for the Blues.
Kante moved to Chelsea FC from Leicester City in the summer of 2016 and he helped the Blues to win the Premier League title in Antonio Conte’s first campaign in charge at the club.
He also helped the west London side to beat Manchester United and win the FA Cup title last season, but the Blues missed out on Champions League qualification as they ended up fifth in the table.
There has been speculation suggesting that PSG could be lining up a summer move to try and tempt the midfielder away from Stamford Bridge this summer.
However, the midfielder himself refused to be drawn on those reports when asked directly about his future while on international duty with France at the World Cup in Russia.
Asked whether he was aware of the interest from Ligue 1 champions PSG, Kante said, as quoted by Metro: “I am not concerned with all that.
“Today, I am at Chelsea, and today I am currently living and playing in the World Cup, that is what comes first.
“I am not paying attention to what is being said on the club side of things at the moment.”
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