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Kante told how to handle Sarri’s decision at Stamford Bridge

Timothy Aiyeku

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Chelsea powerhouse N’Golo Kante has been told by Manchester United legend Gary Neville on how to handle the development at the Stamford Bridge.

The French World Cup winner is believed to be unhappy at the Stamford Bridge at the moment owing to the change in the role by manager Maurizio Sarri which has gone a long way in affecting him.

In a bid to create a space for Jorginho in his team, manager Maurizio Sarri drifted the former Leicester City powerhouse to a more advance role which has got him struggling so far and already thinking of a way forward.

However, Kante has been advised not to be in a hurry to leave the Stamford Bridge but to rather accept fate and adjust to the new role he has been handed at the club.

He, therefore, stated that it is glaring that the French man does not understand the role he has been handed but advised that the good attitude must not change even as he makes efforts to adjust.

Meanwhile, Kante has been linked with a number of big European clubs with French side Paris Saint Germain and Spanish giants already waiting to have him switch away from the West London side.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.