Chelses set to lose Achraf Hakimi as PSG plan to improve their bid.
Intermilan are willing to sale Morrocan International Achraf Hakimi .The right back is one of the best players in his position at the moment. The defender has been linked to a number of top clubs including Chelsea, Paris Saint Germain and Manchester City. However, according to reports from Fabrizio Romano the player could join psg if the French side is able to improve it's bid. Paris Saint Germain are known to be one of the heavyweights when it comes to spending.They have remained hopeful to secure the deal.
Paris Saint Germain are planning to improve their bid as they aim at reinforcing their right back. The marauding defender has been with his country during the friendly matches where he scored against Zambia.
Hakimi has one of the best records especially with Intermilan after helping them to lift the Italian serie A . Chelsea have been eyeing Hakimi to add some quality even though they already have Reece James and Cesar Azpilicueta. The French giants have already reached personal agreements with the defender and a fee could be accepted soon.
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