According to a press report, the Moroccan star, Achraf Hakimi, an Inter Milan player, does not mind having a trial in the Premier League, starting from next season.
Hakimi had moved to Inter Milan last summer from Real Madrid for 40 million euros, and he managed to appear at impressive levels with the Nerazzurri.
Nevertheless, the British newspaper “The Athletic” said, today, Monday, that the financial crisis facing Inter Milan may force him in the summer to sell Hakimi, who is seriously considering moving to the English Premier League if his club decides to sell him.
Inter had agreed with Real Madrid to pay the value of Hakimi’s deal, in 4 installments, each installment of 10 million euros.
The Italian club was supposed to pay the first installment last December but asked Real Madrid to postpone it until the end of next March.
She added, “The Athletic” that Inter Milan are considering selling Hakimi, compared to 50 million euros, to reduce the wage club bill. Simultaneously, both Chelsea and Arsenal want to Moroccan, especially the blues, which included those who want to make it a leader right to hand over the long term.
Arsenal will also intensify its attempts to catch Hakimi, especially since he was on his radar last summer, but the deal was not concluded for financial reasons, in addition to Hector Bellerin continuing in the ranks of the Gunners.