Paris Saint-Germain 'reach agreement in principle' with Achraf Hakimi
Paris Saint-Germain ‘reach agreement in principle’ with Achraf Hakimi but must now convince Inter Milan to sell the defender with Italian champions struggling financially
- Paris Saint-Germain have reached an agreement in principle with Achraf Hakimi
- French side must now convinced Inter Milan to sell the right-back this summer
- Inter are reluctant to sell but could do a deal because of their financial struggles
Paris Saint-Germain have an agreement in principle with Achraf Hakimi ahead of a potential move this summer.
As reported by RMC Sport, PSG are eager to sign the defender but have yet to reach an agreement with his club Inter Milan.
The report indicates that Inter are reluctant to sell Hakimi but a deal that would see him sign for Mauricio Pochettino’s team has moved closer of late.
Paris Saint-Germain have an agreement in principle with Achraf Hakimi as they try to sign him
Capable of playing as a right-back or a right wing-back, Hakimi won the Serie A title during his first season at Inter. He was previously at Real Madrid and had a loan spell with Borussia Dortmund before joining Inter for £36m last year.
Inter head coach Antonio Conte resigned three days after the title success, while there could be many further departures from the club this summer.
Inter Milan are in financial ruin and head coach Antonio Conte left the club this week
PSG and manager Mauricio Pochettino are looking to capitalise on Inter’s financial situation
Despite winning the league, Inter are in financial ruin, and must raise £87million from player sales and also impose a wage reduction of 20 per cent among the first-team squad.
Inter received a loan of £250m from Oaktree Capital but will probably have to sell some of their key players, with striker Romelu Lukaku a candidate to depart.
Hakimi, 22, has just over four years remaining on his contract at Inter. He is set to feature for Morocco before making a decision on his club future.
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