N’Golo Kante is a type of players whose actions only speaks. You will barely find him in the parties, spending extravagantly like many other players. The French international lives a very simple life compared to his fame. All in all, here are the top 5 strange things you never knew about N’Golo Kante.
5. Kante wanted to become an accountant if it wasn’t about football
The star midfielder revealed insights into his teenage. He said that if he would not have made it in big in football, he would have become an accountant. “When I was 18, I got my baccalaureate [the French A-Level equivalent]. And after that, I did two more years of study in accountancy.
“I wasn’t professional, so I kept studying because I wasn’t sure if I would be able to make a living as a footballer. But when I went up to the first team, I became professional, so I stopped studying.”
4. Among all his luxurious cars, Kante prefers driving a second-hand Mini Cooper
The Car collection of N’Golo Kante is not quite large. He owns some cars like Mercedes Benz, Range Rover, Aston Martin, BMW i8s, Mini Cooper S, and Jaguar. Even if he owns all those cars, the French international is a bit surprising. While his Chelsea team-mates all arrive for training in luxury super-cars, Kante prefers something a little more modest.
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He still drives the second-hand Mini Cooper. It was a gift from someone got when he arrived in England with very little money and no car. “When I was young I didn’t have the ambition of a car or something like that,” said N’Golo. “But my Mini, for the beginning, was good to learn to drive on the left. I got it in Leicester. And I still have it now. But it’s good.”