Achraf Hakimi’s agent has said that there is no agreement in place between Inter and Paris Saint-Germain over a move for the Moroccan defender.
are said to be considering selling Hakimi to help solve the financial problems imposed by the coronavirus, which the club are currently experiencing, and there has been much gossip about a potential move for the formerReal Madrid
There have been numerous reports in Italy and France that
already reached an agreement over personal terms with PSG and a €60m offer was rejected, as the Nerazzurri want at least €80m.
In an interview with FCinter1908, Hakimi’s agent
has stated that
“there are no negotiations with PSG, there’s nothing in it at the moment,” regarding the future of his client.
“We have no agreement with the French club over personal terms. He is happy at Inter.”
However, when asked if he was optimistic about the chances Hakimi would remain at San Siro, his tune changed.
“It’s a difficult moment for everyone…”