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N’Golo Kante injury update: Chelsea star back in individual training

N'Golo Kante injury update

French World Cup winner N’Golo Kante, 31, appeared in the Premier League with Leicester City but now he is still shining with his own creativity at Stamford Bridge and all the Chelsea managers admire him for his dedication, passion and cooperation.

Despite managing a few games without him, Graham Potter is now hopeful of his return after the positive news about N’Golo Kante injury update that is now circulating all over the United Kingdom.

How will the latest N’Golo Kante injury update benefit the Blues?

The English Premier League started off with some bizarre incidents this season, but one thing happened miraculously to N’Golo Kante and Chelsea as their team never lost a match whenever he was part of the squad in 2022-23. Sadly, his hamstring injury forced him off the field until mid-September, but now he is back at the training field and is also expected to start his first game under Graham Potter as soon as possible.

Chelsea Football Club’s statement regarding N’Golo Kante injury update was like this on last August, “The French midfielder, who was injured against Tottenham and missed last weekend’s journey up to the north, won’t be able to play against his former team. The 31-year-old is expected to miss a few games in the upcoming weeks.”

However, Blues fans are now counting the moments until the grand return of their midfield genius following his recovery from that horrific injury that took him out of the Premier League and UEFA Champions League for a month.

Happily, the 31-year-old midfielder was spotted participating in individual training over the weekend by a popular soccer journalist, and suggesting that he is recovering from his (current) hamstring problem. Although this is a common phenomenon for the EPL players, Kante was different as he never faced similar health issue in the past.

Initially, Kante was expected to miss the whole month of September due to the injury, but perhaps by the time his team’s return from the international break on October 1, he will be on the verge of making a comeback for the Blues.

Kante’s life has been full of ups and downs since his childhood, and so when he was asked about his feelings about the recent injury, he simply laughed at the interviewer and assured that he is quite better since that problem, with high hopes of returning soon to the ground to assist on more goals and to dominate the games. As a result, this positive response is now a source of joy for the fanbase as they are eagerly waiting for the early return of their veteran hero.

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