According to reports, Rachid Saadna, one of N’Golo Kanté’s former advisors admitted threatening the Chelsea star back in March 2017 about an apparent commission that he felt he was owed by the Frenchman.

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Rather disturbingly, Saadna apparently admitted to bringing his brother to the meeting and that he “maybe had a gun” on his person at the time.

Kante moved to Chelsea from Leicester back in July 2016 for a fee of around £32m and it appears that there has been a major falling out with his former advisor after that transfer.

Earlier this week, French newspaper L’Équipe reported that Kante has filed a complaint against one of his agents, Nouari Khiari, for fraud and for a breach of trust.

Apparently the matter related to the image rights of Kante, who reportedly made two payments of €75,000 for those rights. L’Équipe report that the agent kept Kante’s image right documents and asked for more money.