Inter Milan prepare to sell Hakimi to pay Real Madrid money

Moroccan international Achraf Hakimi, the player of Inter Milan, is paying the price of the financial crisis at his club which made the management do not commit to the date of payment of the first installment of the contract deal with the player last summer, from Real Madrid.

Real Madrid eased with Inter in the first installment and left him a deadline to pay until next March after the Italian team delayed the payment of the first installment of 10 million euros due to the team's financial impact on the spread of the new Coronavirus "Covid-19".

The British newspaper "The Athletic", on Monday, that Inter Milan may go to sell the contract of his player Hakimi to one of the Clubs of the English League in order to save the money to pay to the treasury of the royal club.

The newspaper stressed that Hakimi may be available in the summer transfer market for Premier League clubs seeking his signature where he is in the diary of the research of Arsenal and Chelsea.

The player, who has left a clear mark with Inter, could cost the Gunners or Blues nearly £40million to get his card at the end of the season.