Chelsea football club in England has received a timely boost with the return of their star man to full training.
However, the European champions have reintroduced Kante to the squad, and he is very likely to feature against Southampton in the Carabao Cup round of 16.
The World Cup winner has missed more than three matches in all competitions for Thomas Tuchel's side and was ruled out of Saturday's meeting with muscle stiffness.
However, the Blues manager will be relying on his star man for the next couple of weeks and will be hoping for no further setbacks as the team will play at least three matches before the November international break.
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