Leicester City midfielder N'Golo Kante has revealed he will decide his future "after the Euros". The France international was a key part of the Foxes' Premier League-winning side last season, but has recently been linked with a big-money move away from the King Power Stadium.
Kante, 25, has a £20m ($29m) release clause in his contract and is said to have attracted interest from the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United. But Kante has insisted he is currently focused on Euro 2016 and will make a decision about his long-term future at the end of the tournament in France.
"I am a Leicester player. For now, I have not taken a decision even if I have been made offers," he said amid rumoured interest from Arsenal and United, according to The Mirror. "It will be great to play in the Champions League. I will decide my future after the Euros."
Arsenal are on the cusp of completing a £20m deal for Kante's Leicester teammate Jamie Vardy, while United are pursuing moves for Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Eric Bailly. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger and his United rival Jose Mourinho both have eye-watering transfer budgets to spend this summer, as they seek to win the Premier League crown in 2017.