Being one of the best midfielders in world football and having just picked up a World Cup winners medal, you would have thought that N'golo Kane would have no trouble stamping his authority on the squad and having his picture taken with the World Cup trophy.
Earlier this week, it was claimed that the Blues had begun negotiations with Kante over a new contract at Stamford Bridge, but the departure of Antonio Conte as head coach has led to speculation that the midfielder could leave.
A line in the song composed by fellow midfielder, Paul Pogba and sang along by his teammates claims that Kante stopped Messi in reference to his display in France's 4-3 victory over Argentina in the last-16 stage.
"Kante, he is small but he stopped Messi", said Matuidi.
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He is now with the French national team in Russian Federation, preparing to play in the World Cup final on Sunday against Croatia. "He played for my club, Leicester, but N'Golo has been for me, until now, the best player of this World Cup". With Kanté, France plays at twelve.
"But Croatia do not have such a supporting midfielder as N'Golo Kante, able to close the centre of the field and prevent the opponent from turning around".
Kante has picked up two Premier League titles, a PFA Player of the Year award and an FA Cup since moving to England in 2015.
Kante still has three years remaining on his current deal with Chelsea.