Alejandro Camano, Achraf Hakimi’s manager, has denied that there are talks, much less an agreement between him and Paris Saint-Germain for the Inter defender. But he denied that he is optimistic about his stay at Inter.
Italian and French media have reported in recent days that Hakimi had already agreed with PSG on personal terms and that the offer of the Ligue 1 giant of 60 million euros was rejected by the Nerazzurri, who want at least 80 million euros.
“There are no talks with PSG, there is nothing for now. We have no agreement with the French club on personal terms. He is happy at Inter,” Camano told FCInter1908.
However, when asked if he is optimistic about his stay at Giuseppe Meazza, the tone of his voice changed.
“It is a difficult time for everyone,” he said.
Hakimi has a long-term deal with Inter after joining the club last summer, but the Italian champions are forced to sell players to balance their finances.