Inter wants to sell its stars, Paris Saint-Germain interested in Hakimi?

Inter are struggling financially and will have to cut back on the winger over the summer. According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Antonio Conte is expected to leave the club quickly. He could be emulated by several important players, such as Achraf Hakimi, who might turn to Paris Saint-Germain.

Cool shower for tifosi inter. After a great season, which wrapped it up with the Italian league title, they will have a disappointing summer. In light of great financial difficulties, Lombard will have to save money. And quickly. according to Gazzetta dello SportThis situation should lead to Antonio Conte’s next departure. The Italian coach can pack his bags within 48 hours, two years after his arrival.

Informed of his administration’s intentions, he will not want to be at the head of a weak workforce next season. This means whether the context is problematic at Inter, who would have targeted Massimiliano Allegri, Maurizio Sarri and Senisa Mihajlovic to replace him.

Manchester City would like Lukaku

Even if the Nerazzurri recently got a loan of 275 million euros, granted by Oaktree of America, the accounts are in the red. The urgency remains to reduce costs. In addition to a 15-20% payroll cut, Inter wants to make a capital gain of around 100 million euros during the summer transfer window. What should be considered the departure of several stars of the team. Starting with Achraf Hakimi.

The 22-year-old Moroccan international player, who is able to develop as a full-back or right-midfielder, has come out of an excellent season. With 45 matches, 7 goals and 11 assists (all competitions). La Gazzetta dello Sport explains that PSG will be interested in the file of the former Real Madrid player, who was recruited last summer for € 45m. Likewise, Romelu Lukaku will follow several English clubs, including Manchester City, which will seek to compensate for the departure of Sergio Aguero. Lautaro Martinez would be popular in Spain.

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