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Chelsea preparing their game changer midfielder ahead of it’s match against Liverpool



Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante has been seen in training for the first time since suffering a serious hamstring injury in October which ruled him out of the World Cup.

Graham Potter’s side take on Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday lunchtime, with both sides having been badly underperforming in the Premier League this season.
Kante has been an integral part of the Chelsea squad since arriving from Leicester in 2016, winning the Premier League and  Champions League during his time at Stamford Bridge.

The French world champions have missed just one game against Liverpool in their entire Premier League career, one game after the Reds have already won the league title.

Kante, who is under contract at Stamford Bridge this summer, has worked individually at Cobham and it remains to be seen if he is fit enough to travel to Anfield for the weekend. If used by Potter, Kante will certainly help put a 10th-placed Chelsea side into the game on a par with Liverpool. Both teams will be desperately looking for three points on Saturday.

A Brief Biograph of N’Golo Kante

N’Golo Kante is a French professional soccer player born on March 29, 1991 in Paris, France. He plays as a defensive midfielder wearing the number 7. He currently plays for Chelsea

He started his youth career in 1999 at the age of 8. He started playing for JS Suresnes and stayed there for over a decade until 2010. Due to his short stature, he was often overlooked by the bigger teams. In 2010, he joined the Boulogne reserve team.

He made his senior debut in his club career in 2012 when he featured in a 2-1 loss to Monaco in the Ligue 2 season. He replaced Virgile Reset for the final 11 minutes of his debut. He made his international debut for France in the year 2016.

He was an essential part of the midfield that helped Leicester City to their first Premier League title. He played all 38 matches Caen represented in Ligue 2 and finished third in the league, eventually reaching Ligue 1 in which he played an important role. It was the sole reason for Leicester City’s excellence in the Premier League. He was named man of the match when he played against his former club Leicester City

Starting from Boulogne in the year 2012, he started his senior club career. He later moved to Caen the following season followed by Leicester City until 2016. He currently plays for Chelsea.

He won PFA Players’ Player of the Year and FWA Footballer of the Year and became the first outfield player to win back-to-back English league titles playing for different clubs in 2017. He was named in the PFA Team of the Year in 2015 He topped the tackling table with an impressive 175 tackles at the end of the 2015-16 Premier League season. He was named by L’Équipe as the sixth best footballer in the world in 2016. He was nominated for the Ballon d’Or in 2007.