It is rare in the media, so, inevitably, when N'Golo Kanté speaks at the microphone of Telefoot this Sunday, we listen. The 28-year-old midfielder made his comeback from a groin injury to the warm-up of the Euro 2020 qualifier between Iceland and the Blues (0-1) on 11 October. the match between Chelsea and Crystal Palace (2-0).
The opportunity to recall the goals of the London club, "win titles and go as far as possible in all competitions", but also to affirm his desire to stay with the winner of the last Europa League at least "until 2023 ", the year of the end of his recently extended contract.
Euro 2020, "why not win it"
With the Blues that he finds for the last two qualifying games (Moldavia on November 14 and Albania on November 17), Kanté will especially like to figure well in the next Euro 2020. "The team of France favorite? I do not know. But it is true that with what we did in the World Cup, we will all go with the ambition to achieve beautiful things. And why not win it? "
High ambitions but always reasoned, just like what inspires this endearing player, always discreet and humble. "I am like that naturally. That's how I grew up, and that's how I am. And when the journalist asks him if he is a star, Kante responds, a little embarrassed: "In the eyes of people, maybe … But not in my eyes or in the eyes of my relatives. I do not think I am someone extraordinary. Kante, a normal man, necessarily.