Inter is in the midst of a post-Scudetto exodus. According to Diario AS, Antonio Conte, who has been connected with Real Madrid, was the first to go, and now Achraf Hakimi looks to be following suit.
The Moroccan is on his way to PSG after joining Inter from Real Madrid last summer. Inter has to recoup €100 million through the transfer market; thus he'll be sacrificed.
The agreement with Paris Saint-Germain has been reached and will be finalized soon. They'll pay
for the full-back, proffering Inter peace of mind and allowing them to freshen the team as much as possible. Simone Inzaghi has taken over from Conte at the helm and is looking to sign players like
of Sporting Lisbon and
Stefano Sensi might either join Roberto De Zerbi at Shakhtar or join Gennaro Gattuso at Fiorentina. Matias Vecino has been linked with a move to Napoli. Inter paid €40 million for the 22-year-old Hakimi last summer, and he has had a fantastic first season inSerie A
. In 45 games for the club, the full-back has found the net seven times and made eleven assists.