Paris Saint-Germain has positioned itself to recruit Inter Mian’s, Achraf Hakimi. The 22-year-old right-back spent his first season with the Serie A club after arriving from Real Madrid (after a Borussia loan Dortmund).
Despite winning the league, Inter Milan has significant debt and will need to focus on selling players to pay it off rather than spending to reinforce its squad. As a result, it prompted manager Antonio Conte to quit his position.
The capital club wants to take of Inter Milan’s financial situation to secure a transfer for Hakimi. The defender’s agent, Alejandro Camano, recently spoke to Calciomercato (via Paris Fans) to address the rumors surrounding his client.
“For now, there is nothing. We are serene. At the moment, Hakimi with the Moroccan selection and to clarify the situation, I am not speaking to any team,” Camano said.
“My client has a 4-year contract with Inter; it’s a very long contract. Everything that is happening around Ashraf makes sense. He is one of the best in Europe at his post. The market is aware of this, which is why we are talking about it so much.”
Various reports suggest that Hakimi and the French giants have agreed to a five-year deal with an annual salary of €6.5-million. All that’s left is for PSG and Inter Milan to decide on a transfer sum, which appears to be the only roadblock in this deal. Les Parisiens are figuring out a way to satisfy the Italian club as they look to make two payments to secure the transfer of Hakimi.
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