N'golo Kante, Chelsea star, drives new Mercedes Benz to training

N'golo Kante, Chelsea star, drives new Mercedes Benz to training

- N'golo Kante finally ditched his £20,000 Mini Cooper for a more exotic car

- The French midfielder was spotted driving an expensive Mercedes Benz to Chelsea training

- Kante also stunned his fans earlier this week after showing up with grown hair inspired by the deadly coronavirus

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Chelsea midfielder N'golo Kante has finally shown that he can also enjoy life after swapping his Mini Cooper car for an exotic new Mercedes Benz mostly known with footballers.

The 2018 World Cup winner has been regarded as both humble and happy by both who have encountered him.

Briefly.co.za learned that despite winning back-to-back Premier League titles with Leicester City (2015-16 season) and Chelsea (2016-17 season) the Frenchman was not pressured into buying a more expensive car.

However, the midfielder who was excused from the Blues training on Tuesday owing to his fears over coronavirus was spotted rocking his new machine.

According to SunSport, Kante had his first Mini Cooper shipped to France so he could have access to move around back home while buying another one worth £20,000 after moving to Stamford Bridge.

Meanwhile, Kante appears to have made a lot of changes having had time to stay home due to the compulsory break due to the ravaging coronavirus.

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The most paid Chelsea star first appeared in training with his hair full and then rocked a new Mercedes to compliment his new look.

Apart from winning two Premier League titles, Kante has equally won the Europa League and the FA Cup, while he lifted the World Cup with France two years back.

He was voted player of the year by the Premier League, PFA and FWA in 2017 for his outstanding contributions to his club's success.

In November 2018, the Frenchman penned a new long term deal worth a staggering £290k per week (R6.2 million)

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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