N’Golo Kante speaks on future at Chelsea amid link with Man United

Chelsea midfielder, N’Golo Kante has spoken on his future at the club amid recent reports linking him with a move to Manchester United.

Reports in Europe has continued to link the France international with a sensational move to Old Trafford, but the World Cup winner insisted he will “think about it at the right time.”

Kante has won everything football can offer including the Premier League, Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and Club World Cup at Chelsea.

The Frenchman is now entering the final year of his contract and United’s new manager, Erik ten Hag has reportedly told the Red Devils to bring him to Old Trafford.

Chelsea and the 31-year-old have not agreed on a contract extension and the club’s new owners may decide to sell him this summer in order to avoid losing him on a free transfer in 12 months’ time.

But the former Leicester City star insists his mind is purely on their final two games of the season, although he admits he will have to weigh up his future in the near future.

Asked about his future at Stamford Bridge, Kante told Sky Sports: “The only thing that is sure is that I have one more year on my contract. It’s not really my concern.

“The only thing [on my mind] is to finish the season well. I’ll think about it at the right time but I just want to finish the season as best as possible.”

Mourinho reveals club he will coach next season

Roma manager, Jose Mourinho, has said he wants to stay with the club for a long time.

Mourinho is preparing to lead the Serie A side out in the final of the Europa Conference League.

The Portuguese tactician only joined the club last summer, after he was sacked at Tottenham Hotspur.

He has since been linked with a return to the Premier League with Newcastle United and Everton.

However, Mourinho has said: “I should remain here until 79. Perhaps, I could stay until I turn 70. I understand the question, I love being here and I think you can see that. I’ve accepted a three-year project, let’s see what will happen then. I am not thinking about leaving before the end of my contract, but let’s see how the project shapes. Sometimes it’s similar to what one imagines, sometimes, it’s different.

“The present is the only thing that matters in football and I want to stay here. That’s the best way to answer the question.”

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