Chelsea aspiration's of signing Achraf Hakimi from Inter Milan this summer appear to be ruled out. That is because French heavyweight Paris Saint Germain look set to win the race for the wing backs signature, forcing Thomas Tuchel the blues head coach to look elsewhere to strengthen his defensive options
Hakimi has found himself at the centre of a transfer tug of war in the last few weeks, with both Chelsea and PSG to lay their hands on him. However, despite the Blues' best efforts to strike a suitable deal, their efforts have been to no avail.
Frence giant PSG are once again leading the chase to sign Hakimi, according to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, as cited by Chelsea News. The league 1 outfit, according to Romano, are getting closer to getting a deal over the line, hoping to reach an agreement with Inter worth £68million.They are post to make a fresh offer in the next days
Chelsea mean while, are still on the hunt for the Morroccan's signature and remain hopeful of pipping PSG to sign him. They remain in contact with his agent.
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