Chelsea have reportedly matched PSG’s bid for Achraf Hakimi. The Blues are eager to get the gamers Thomas Tuchel desires in the summertime and have set their sights on the Inter Milan star.
As per Sky Italy, Chelsea have made a €60 million bid to signal Schraf Hakimi. The Inter Milan star is a PSG goal as nicely. The Ligue 1 aspect had made an analogous bid for the participant earlier this week.
Reports urged Achraf Hakimi had agreed to private phrases with PSG, however his agent Alejandro Camano has denied the rumors. He added that they aren’t in talks with PSG and the Moroccan is completely happy at Inter Milan.
“There are no negotiations with PSG, there’s nothing in it at the moment. We have no agreement with the French club over personal terms. He is happy at Inter. It’s a difficult moment for everyone,” stated Alejandro Camano.
This shouldn’t be the primary time Achraf Hakimi’s agent has rejected rumors about his consumer leaving Inter Milan. Earlier this yr, when studies of PSG’s curiosity started to floor, Camano was fast to dismiss them.
“He is happy at Inter with [former Chelsea manager] Conte, who is an excellent coach. Conte’s style of play suits Achraf and I think he will end up improving a lot because of this experience with the Nerazzurri,” stated Alejandro Camano.
Arsenal urged to signal Chelsea goal
Former Arsenal star Kevin Campbell has urged the Gunners to signal Chelsea goal Achraf Hakimi this summer time. He believes the Moroccan star won’t be low-cost to signal however can be definitely worth the cash. Campbell advised Football Insider:
“Arsenal are in the market for a right-back and Hakimi is a brilliant player. I think the club will tread very carefully when they look at who to sign this summer. Will Inter Milan even sell Hakimi? They are looking great. Going after players that are performing at the peak is always difficult. If the club see him as the best choice, though, they have got to go all out for him.”
Arsenal are able to let go of Hector Bellerin this summer time and the Gunners are stated to be looking out for a alternative. However, they’re but to make any advances after dropping out on Emi Buendia to Aston Villa.
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