France international Kante discloses how he struggled to become a professional footballer

Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante has revealed training centers refused to accept him when growing up as a young boy.

Born in France, Kante began his playing career with Boulogne in France in the year 2012. With just a year at Boulogne, he joined fellow Ligue 2 side Caen, making over 75 appearances.

Spending further three years in France, N’Golo Kante signed for Premier League side Leicester City in 2015.

The France midfielder joined the Foxes for a fee in the region of £5.6 million. Kante together with Mahrez and other key players made the King Power Stadium a fortress.

And in his maiden season in the English top-flight, he won the Premier League crown with Leicester City.

Following a successful stint with Leicester, Chelsea lured N’Golo Kante to the Stamford Bridge for a fee of £32 million. The midfielder quickly slotted in at Chelsea, helping the Blues to clinch the Premier League title.

In 2016, he became the second player in England to win back-to-back Premier League honours, behind Eric Cantona, who did so in 1992 and 1993.

On the international front, Kante played a key role as France won the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Widely considered by many as one of the best midfielder’s in world. Kante has revealed how he struggled as a young footballer.

When asked about his humanity, Kante said:

“From young age, training centers didn’t accept me and I failed numerous times at my attempt to join professional teams.”

N'Golo Kante reveals he struggled to become a professional footballer


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