Ashraf Hakimi: If Real Madrid want me to come back, I will return

The Moroccan talked with Telefoot about his future and the up and coming second leg Champions League conflict versus PSG 

Achraf Hakimi was by and by on the score sheet this end of the week. The Madrid loanee has flourished for Dortmund this season in a further developed wing-back job. The 21-year-old has amassed more than 2,500 minutes and has contributed with the final result — 9 objectives and 10 helps. His deadly speed and made dynamic in the last third have seen him gotten one of the Bundesliga's, and Europe's, most skilled youthful players. In a restrictive meeting with Telefoot, Achraf talked about his latent capacity to come back to Real Madrid and his relationship with Zidane.

"Madrid has been my home, I truly delighted in it there. If Real Madrid needs me to return, I will return. On the off chance that it's not intended to be, I will at that point need to make my story in another incredible club," Achraf clarified whenever got some information about the possibility of returning and triumphing at Real Madrid.

When gotten some information about Zidane, Achraf was brimming with acclaim. "Zidane has been the man who has given me the chance and certainty to play proficient football. I am appreciative of him for the trust and treatment he has consistently had with me. I will consistently be thankful," he included.

The Moroccan's two-year credit spell with Borussia Dortmund closes this late spring. Given his solid exhibitions both int he Bundesliga and in the Champions League, it is normal that Achraf Hakimi will return and challenge Carvajal for the beginning right-back position.