The France worldwide has committed to the Blues for the next five years, having been a revelation at Stamford Bridge since his move to the club from Leicester City in 2016. Then, he moved on to join the London club and won the Premier League title two years ago under Antonio Conte. "It has been two handsome years and I wish for more to come", the 27-year-old two-time Premier League victor said in a statement.
"Since I came, I completely improved as a player, challenged myself and got some awards I never thought about".
The France worldwide has committed his future to the Blues for the next five years, much to the delight of the World Cup-winning midfielder.N'Golo Kante has signed a new contract at Chelsea, the club have confirmed.
Kante, 27, who won the World Cup with France in Russian Federation in July, said: "I'm happy to extend my time with Chelsea". I think there are players who have been better than me.
The video clip goes through a long list of Kante's incredible achievements, with Chelsea clearly delighted to be keeping hold of him for the long term.
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Speaking in September, he said joining Madrid remained his "dream" but he was still open to talks about a new Chelsea contract. I don't know, but the most important match is the next.
Manchester United head into Saturday's cracker at Old Trafford against Crystal Palace eighth on the log but Mourinho remains confident they have the potential to be in the top four before the New Year.
Jose Mourinho revealed he travelled to Belgium during the global break as he seeks a solution to Romelu Lukaku's scoring drought for Manchester United.
"I knew we had some problems and with this performance today it was clear to everybody we have problems to solve. We have to make sure we don't lose the ball in our half; they are risky in those situations".