Kylian Mbappe urges Paris Saint-Germain to Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante in the summer.
France international became the first outfield player to win back-to-back Premier League titles after leaving Leicester City for Stamford Bridge in 2016 as he was named Player of the Year by both the PFA and FWA after his first season in west London.
PSG will be looking for a new coach in the summer after Unai Emery fails to improve the Ligue 1 giants in the Champions League having been knocked out by Real Madrid in the round of 16 this season.
Mbappe believes that Kante would be the ideal signing after becoming one of the finest defensive midfielders in world football in recent seasons and he will help Les Parisiens to mount for a serious challenge for next season European competition.
"Kante, in terms of our needs and also the quality of the player,
"I think he's a player who'd suit our team perfectly. He's French, and bringing a Frenchman back would be good as far as the attractiveness of our league is concerned.
"I think all the French love N'Golo Kante, and it would be a pleasure to see him again in our league," Mbappe said when asked by beIN Sports which player he would like to see join the club.
PSG have cruised to the French title this season, and are currently 19 points clear of second-placed Lyon with just three games of the campaign remaining.