As Paris Saint-Germain prepares 2021-22 season, the capital club will need to strengthen certain positions, and one of the main improvements they must make is finding a right-back.
The French giants won’t exercise the €9-million option to buy on Alessandro Florenzi, who’s on loan from AS Roma. In addition, the performances of Colin Dagba and Thilo Kehrer don’t convince the Parisian leaders, which is why PSG is showing interest in Inter Milan’s Ashraf Hakimi.
Inter Milan’s financial difficulties could result in various players departing the club, so manager Antonio Conte decided to leave. Les Parisiens will look to take advantage of the Italian club’s economic troubles.
RMC Sport reports that PSG is reportedly in talks with the players and that sporting director Leonardo has held discussions with Hakimi’s entourage for several weeks. Inter Milan wants to recoup €80-million in transfer sales.
The defender arrived from Real Madrid last summer when they purchased him for €45-million. Hakimi would make 45 appearances in all competitions and score seven goals while registering seven assists.
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