Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante has revealed he received interest from other clubs during the summer transfer window, but decided to commit his future to Chelsea.
After helping Chelsea win the FA Cup in May, and then winning the 2018 World Cup with France in July, he says some clubs were trying to lure him away from Stamford Bridge.
One of those clubs was big spenders Paris Saint-Germain, but, after speaking with Chelsea, Kante was not tempted to head back to France.
'There was no urge to go elsewhere after the World Cup,' he said in an interview with RMC Sport.
'There were other clubs' interests but after talking to Chelsea, things were clear. The club is counting on me and I feel good. The next logical step was to continue with Chelsea.'
Kante has had a successful time at Chelsea since completing the move from Leicester City. He won the Premier League in his first year at the club, and also won multiple individual accolades during that season.
He became the PFA Players' Player of the year, Chelsea Players' Player of the Year, the FWA Footballer of the Year, and the Premier League Player of the Season.
Kante started all seven games for France at the World Cup, and was subbed off just once on their way to the trophy.
It's no wonder then that PSG would have interest of his services, but Kante is happy where he is for now.
'There were some contacts [from PSG],' he said. 'But after a discussion with Chelsea I realised that the main thing was to feel good where I was. I am at Chelsea. It's good for me to stay at Chelsea.'
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