N'Golo Kanté's among Real Madrid's priority list to reinforce the squad next season. The Frenchman, who this Saturday became champion of the Champions League being elected the MVP of the match, continues to see how his name's related to the Madridistas and now that 'dream' (which seemed like a chimera in summer) could be closer than never, as explained in the Daily Mail.
Kanté ends his contract in 2023, recently signed with Chelsea, and at Stamford Bridge they know that they will not be able to keep him much longer. The Frenchman hasn't asked to leave nor has he had a bad gesture with the blues, but his future looks different. It's what they take for granted, at least in England. And more after shining all season.
Daily Mail tells that Chelsea's waiting for offers for him and that in 2021 he could agree to his sale. They figure the negotiation at 70 million pounds, a very affordable price, which translated into euros would be around 78 million euros.
This cost isn't at all high for a player like Kanté, as things stand, taking into account that although he is 30 years old, he's in the best moment of his sports career and there are several teams that want to sign him.