Everything was approved, but now it is official. Achraf Hakimi is already a new PSG player. The Parisian club has announced the arrival of the 22-year-old full-back, who signs for five seasons, until 2026.
The ex-Madridista is the second addition to the French team for next season after Gini Wijnaldum, who landed in the Parc des Princes.
PSG will pay 60 million more variable euros for Hakimi, who has played only one season at Inter Milan, who a year ago paid 40 “kilos” to Real Madrid, which has not exercised its right of first refusal.
The Moroccan, who will wear the ‘2’ in his new team, was key for Antonio Conte in the achievement of Serie A with which Inter, ending the nine years of uninterrupted domination of Juventus. AAchraf played 37 games in the Italian League scoring seven goals and giving 10 assists.
“The signing of a player of this size shows the level of our ambitions,” PSG president Nasser Al Khelaifi said in a statement.
PSG could soon announce the signing of two other players who were released: the young Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and the veteran Spanish defender Sergio Ramos, with whom they would have closed their contract, according to multiple press reports.