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The 29-year-old was linked with a summer exit from Stamford Bridge but ended up staying put and remains a key part of Frank Lampard's side.
PSG, meanwhile, are reportedly consideringa possible move for Lionel Messi -though the player's own father has strongly shut down those suggestions.
Rabesandratana, who played for PSG from 1997 to 2001,is adamant the French giants should be looking to sign Kante and not Messi if they want to take their squad to the next level.
"I would like to say that if I were a leader at PSG I would break the bank to sign N'Golo Kante," he told radio station France Bleu.
"Hewas still huge yesterday. Kanteis the player who would allow PSG to win the Champions League. We do notneed Messi or anyone else."
"He played about 50 per centof the games last year and that is a big loss for half the season, a player of his level," Lampard said.
"So I made a big, big step to try to manage his training and games and make sure that we attempt to have him fit and ready for as many games as we can.
"His attributes are incredible, he can play in many positions in the midfield. The energy and ability to win the ball back, but also his ability on the ball, which is sometimes underrated, is amazing. He can play in different roles.