Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante remains irreplaceable at Stamford Bridge. He helped Chelsea win another Champions League trophy after remarkable performance since round of 16. Roman Ibrahimovich has notified Marina to give the French star a lucrative offer to extend his contract. He is targeted to be the highest earning Chelsea player. The Blues don't want to lose the gem of a player.
Thomas Tuchel has however identified the player who will replace when he finally retires. He claims that academy youngster Billy Gilmour has the potential to fit into N’Golo Kante shoes. He has already performed well for both country and club. He is untouchable and won't be sold by Chelsea whatsoever. Tuchel has also vowed to give him more minutes next season. He is only 20 years old and has promising future ahead. Many pundits have hailed his mature performances so far. Every game he has commenced, he has gone ahead to be named man of the match
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