Manchester City wants to improve their full-back situation this summer and the 2023 UEFA Champions League winner is eyeing Paris Saint-Germain’s Achraf Hakimi.
Spanish sports newspaper MARCA (h/t Canal Supporters) reported on Saturday that Manchester City is keen to acquire Hakimi as the English club could lose Kyle Walker and Joao Cancelo this summer.
Manchester City’s reported interest in Hakimi comes as no surprise, considering their consistent pursuit of top-class talent in recent years.
The Premier League champions have a reputation for assembling a squad of exceptional players under the guidance of manager Pep Guardiola.
With Hakimi’s attacking prowess, defensive solidity, and remarkable speed, he would undoubtedly be a valuable addition to City’s already star-studded lineup.
MARCA adds that a very substantial offer could be made in the coming weeks, Manchester City not wanting to skimp on the means to strengthen a position deemed a priority.
However, there is little chance that this track will succeed. Because yes, PSG should not be inclined to open the door to an element whose contract runs until June 2026