There will be no buyback clause in the deal between Inter and Real Madrid regarding Achraf Hakimi, according to a report from Italian media outlet Calciomercato.com earlier today.
In the agreement between the two clubs there will be no buy back clause, the report continues, and there will not even be preferential transfer rights, giving Inter a powerful hand.
Conte wanted Hakimi personally and will be excited to integrate the 21-year-old into the squad. Hakimi will be given a five-year contract worth €5 million net per season, and he will cost the Nerazzurri around €40-45 million.
The report details how the 21-year-old Moroccan right back, who has impressed in his two seasons on loan at Borussia Dortmund, has personally asked to be sold and has chosen Inter for over a month now, wanting to be a part of coach Antonio Conte’s project. The two clubs are now negotiating to try and close out a deal before the end of the month.