PSG are taking Hakimi

PSG are taking Hakimi

French PSG are ready to spend about 70 million euros on Achraf Hakimi, but Inter want more.

Ashraf Hakimi is a product of Real Madrid. In 2018, he went to Borussia Dortmund to gain experience and became an indispensable line-up player. But when the loan ended, Los Blancos did not want to sign a contract with the player and without much difficulty let him go to Inter Milan. As a result, Real constantly experienced problems with the right-back during the season and lost the championship to Atletico, while Hakimi won Scudetto with Inter.

Hakimi was perfect for Antonio Conte's 3-5-2 formation. Perhaps for these reasons, Zinedine Zidane refused him, since the Moroccan acts better closer to attack, but is inferior in reliability in defense. During the season at Inter, Hakimi played 37 league matches, scored seven goals and made ten assists. With the arrival of Simone Inzaghi, little will change in tasks and play of Inter, since he is used to playing at Lazio as well, but Hakimi can already pack his bags for Paris.

PSG offer 60 million euros for the 22-year lateral and 10 million in bonuses. But these conditions do not suit Inter and the Milan club wants at least 80 million. The Parisians are already preparing a contract for Achraf, according to which he will receive 8 million euros a year, which Nerazzurri clearly will not pull off, given their financial problems.

PSG's sports director Leonardo is well aware of the difficulties in the accounting department of Inter's management. He is even ready to wait for a more loyal attitude of the Milanese to their proposal, if Bayern or Juventus do not enter the game.

For PSG, signing Hakimi would be a great decision as Florenzi is not trained to work all over the right wing. Since in the Parisians’ formation, a defensive midfielder often drops to two central ones, and it transforms into 3-4-3, this is the best option for the Moroccan to show his best qualities. Therefore, even on paper, the transfer looks as beneficial as possible for both parties.