PSG transfer news: Hakimi signed, more big names on radar
Achraf Hakimi is set to join Paris Saint-Germain, Alley Sport brings you more PSG transfer news and the most recent developments on this deal.
PSG transfer news: Achraf Hakimi makes a move from Inter to the French Club
Paris Saint-Germain have agreed a record deal to sign Inter defender Achraf Hakimi. The full-back only joined Inter last summer, but was a key target for PSG and manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Hakimi won the Serie A title with Inter in his first year at the club, impressing throughout the campaign, scoring seven times and providing eight assists in the league.
Chelsea were also interested in Hakimi and reportedly made their own approach. But PSG improved their offer and are now on track to sign Hakimi ahead of the Blues.
ESPN claim PSG have agreed to make Hakimi the most expensive full-back in history and will fork out in the region of £60 million to land the talented defender. Hakimi agreed personal terms with PSG a month ago and is believed to be eager to link up with Pochettino in Ligue 1.The 22-year-old will sign a five-year deal and is expected to immediately be given a starting berth under Pochettino.
Hakimi will be unveiled next week as a PSG player. The Morocco international has had a globetrotting career so far with spells at Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid.
PSG make contact with Sergio Ramos as race to sign former Real Madrid captain gathers pace
Paris Saint-Germain have made contact with Sergio Ramos. Ramos will be a free agent when his trophy-laden 16 years at Madrid comes to an end at the end of the month, with the defender departing the Bernabeu after both parties failed to agree on a contract extension.
Several clubs are keen on signing the veteran defender, but it is PSG who are currently at the head of the queue and who have made first contact with the player.
PSG have made initial contact over signing former Real Madrid centre-back Ramos and although no bid has been made, there have been several conversations over the 35-year-old moving to France.
The Spain international, who was controversially left out of Luis Enrique’s squad for Euro 2020, wants a two-year contract with his next club, while Champions League football is also a requirement. PSG are, however, the overwhelming favourites to land the ex-Madrid captain, who sees a switch to the French capital as an appealing option.
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