Achraf aims for the Premier

According to The Athletic, the bad economic situation of Inter could force the Moroccan to sell. Your destination will be England. Arsenal and Chelsea, interested.

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Achraf Hakimi was Inter's great signing for this summer. The Moroccan finished his assignment at Borussia Dortmund, returned to Real Madrid and the latter showed him the exit door. Achraf sought his destiny and, finally, it was Milan.

In exchange for 40 million, Achraf became a new Inter player where he has alternated a brilliant start, a more complicated adaptation stage and a return to an optimal level that has him with six goals and five assists so far this season. The Madrid team is comfortable defending Conte's five, but the club's financial needs could force him to change teams.

According to The Athletic, Achraf Hakimi "is open" to a transfer to the Premier League given Inter's difficult financial situation. The neroazzurri had to postpone until March 30 the first payment of their transfer to Real Madrid and presented losses of 102 million euros on June 30. Achraf, valued at 50 million euros, could go out to reduce the red numbers of the next balance that Giuseppe Meazza's have to present.

As suitors, this website points to Chelsea and Arsenal in addition to valuing Achraf at a price close to its market value already quoted. The blues would include him in their profound reform although the appearance of Reece James would make them measure with more caution whether or not they carry out the signing. Arsenal, on the other hand, would reactivate an operation that it already considered last season and that it ended up discarding for both sporting reasons (they had Bellerín as the starter) and economic reasons, since after its notable increase in value in its transfer in Dortmund its price exceeded the gunners chances

Several weeks ago, the Italian press pointed out the possibility of a play-off by Real Madrid due to the delay in Inter's payment, news that both the Milanese team and the white club itself denied, thus closing a possible return to the Bernabéu.

Suning is looking for investors

Inter is in a delicate economic situation. After presenting results with significant red numbers, Suning, the Chinese company that is the majority shareholder of the club, is looking for new investors.

Marotta, sports director, confirmed that Suning "is looking at opportunities." According to the Italian press, the oriental company would be looking for buyers for part of the 68.05% they own the club (the rest is LionRock Capital (31.05%), Pirelli (0.37%) and minority shareholders (0.03 %)).

Inter would be valued at around one billion euros and the investment would have its risk since it would have to cover losses and activity expenses in an era where restricted access to stadiums has limited the ability of clubs to obtain income. A crisis that could change Achraf's destiny.



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