Considering it wasn't a straightforward signing for the blues. As the Italians were demanding a whopping €70m for their priced asset. Immediately from winning the ltalian high price. One would bet Inter Milan won't allow their players leave on a cheap.
But to Chelsea's disappointments the French giants PSG were also interested in the latter. And now as per transfer guru. And Journalist Fabrizio Romano on his twitter account. He wrote," Achraf Hakimi to Paris Saint Germain, here we go!.
Agreement reached tonight - medicals next week. Contract until June 2026. Inter will receive €60m - €10m add ons. Chelsea never made an official bid, only talks. Donnarumma and Hakimi will be announced soon."Concluded the Italian journalist.
That's a huge blow to the blues who had Hakimi as their primary target. With captain Azpilicueta moving closer to his retirement age. There is need for a speed and high quality player in the right back position for the blues.
To another news from the Sun, Reece James is a target. For the sky blue side of Manchester. With Pep impressed with Reece. Especially in the last Champions league finals against Chelsea.
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