Leicester City title winner N’Golo Kante has reportedly already held discussions about leaving the new Premier League champions and has a queue of high-profile suitors.
According to L’Equipe, Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Olivier Letang has spoken to the tireless midfielder twice and pitched him the club’s long-term plan and vision.
But the French giants are not the only team to have been impressed by the significant part that Kante has played in Leicester’s remarkable ascent to the top of English football.
Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea are all apparently preparing offers for the coveted 25-year-old, but the Foxes are believed to want at least £31.5m.
L’Equipe adds that Arsene Wenger in particular has been amazed at Kante’s rise from the third tier of French football to a nailed-on pick in Didier Deschamps’ Euro 2016 squad.
Leicester are also likely to have to fight off interest in winger Riyad Mahrez, who pipped Kante to this season’s PFA Player of the Year award, in the summer transfer window.
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