Achraf Hakimi has officially departed from Real Madrid to Inter
It is also said that Madrid included a five-year ransom clause deal with the wing-back.
Achraf has officially signed a contract with Inter
Achraf Hakimi has officially departed from Real Madrid to Inter. According to reports, the Milan club spent about €40 million (£36 million/$45 million) to provide the services of the youngster until 2025. It is also said that Madrid included a five-year ransom clause deal with the wing-back. A statement on the Los Blancos official website reads: Real Madrid and Inter Milan have agreed to transfer Achraf Hakimi. The club wants to thank Achraf for all these years of dedication, professionalism. And exemplary behavior since he came to our academy in 2006 and wishes him good luck in the new phase”. Hakimi was widely expected to return to Santiago Bernabeu after two stellar seasons at Borussia Dortmund, a 21-year-old who announced himself at the Champions League stage in style with essential goals and assists.
Hakimi prefers Inter because there he will be in starting XI
Indeed, the player’s agent, Alejandro Camano, said his client was connected to the Spanish capital as soon as his loan deal was completed. Still, it looks like Dani Carvajal would have the prospect of fighting for the starting point after he was a regular starter at Signal Iduna Park made the player consider his options. In linking up with Inter, the young man is likely to be one of the first on the team list. With Antonio Candreva entering the twilight career and Victor Moses – only on loan from Chelsea. In Conte’s preferred system, Hakimi will most likely line up on the right side of the semi-field five in a formation 3-5-2, acting in his natural role as a right-back. Hakimi is a full-fledged international team of Morocco, even though he was born in Madrid, already has 28 caps in his name, and scored two goals along the way.
Antonio Conte’s tactics will be perfect for Hakimi
Former Morocco international Houssine Kharja, who also played for Inter before hanging up his boots. He claims his old club has been following Hakimi’s development for more than two years. With Piero Ausilio, director of Nerazzurri, allegedly asking for his opinion. “Two and a half years ago, when Achraf was still at Real Madrid and did not play, he began to ask me about him several times. Inter is a massive club, and Conte’s tactics will be perfect for him. He’s power over the years I haven’t seen anyone like him before. He’s brilliant, he’s able to adapt to Italian football.
“He can fight in the defensive phase, perhaps initially, but they will certainly help him. After all, even Maicon had some difficulties, and then he won the treble. Hakimi is ready and will improve. Play in a stadium like San Siro will be an additional incentive: he is not afraid of anything, like me. He played in Madrid and Dortmund, also winning the Champions League. Giuseppe Meazza may charge him up.”