‘He has been using the same phone for 10 years’ – Kai Havertz on Kante’s humble lifestyle

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Kai Havertz recently shed some light on his Chelsea teammate N’Golo Kante’s simple and humble lifestyle.

Chelsea midfielder Kai Havertz recently spoke with The Guardian about his outlook on life and football, and he shared insights into the personalities of some of his teammates.

Havertz, who recently announced the launch of his own charity, spoke about his own preference for a simpler lifestyle, in contrast to some of the other players he has encountered who indulge in flashy purchases.

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Havertz praised the humility of his German teammate Toni Kroos and Chelsea colleague N’golo Kante in particular. 


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Havertz revealed that Kante is so down-to-earth that he hasn’t changed his phone in ten years.

“There’s an image of footballers, all fancy and diamonds and this and that. I have met players who spend so much on things where you think: ‘Why do you do this?’ There are players who don’t care but others do. It’s not always about saying: ‘I did this.’ That’s sometimes a bit fake.” “Toni Kroos is one: calm, down to earth, doesn’t care about flashy stuff.

“He knows life is not only football. N’Golo Kanté is another. He’s had the same phone for 10 years, doesn’t care about cars, doesn’t care about clothes.”

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He also stated:  “Football’s not the most important thing in my life. Other things are maybe 100 times more important. Maybe it’s not easy to say and people don’t like it, but it’s how I feel.”

This thought prompted him to establish his own charity, which is dedicated to animal welfare, youth development, and elderly care.

Havertz’s interview offers a rare glimpse into the lives of football players and the various personalities that make up a team.

While some players live extravagant lives, others, such as Kante and Kroos, prefer a more grounded approach. Regardless of their preferences, Havertz believes it is critical not to pass judgment on others based on their spending habits.

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