Achraf Hakimi’s Agent: “He’s Very Happy At Inter, Very Confident For Nerazzurri’s Project”

March 25, 2021 12:15
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Achraf Hakimi is loving life at Inter, according to the wing-back’s agent.

Hakimi joined the Nerazzurri on a five-year deal from Real Madrid last summer, with his transfer fee coming close to €45 million including add-ons.

The Moroccan’s agent Alejandro Camano assured supporters last night that both him and Hakimi were comfortable with their decision to move to San Siro.

In a Facebook live chat with Calciomercato.it, as quoted by FcInterNews.it, Camano said: “Our commitment to Inter fans is total.

“Hakim is very happy to play in a very important team; I’m Hector Cuper’s agent as well, so my history with Inter is good.

“I don’t know what the future will hold, but today I can say Hakimi is happy and his team is Inter.

“The objective is to win the Scudetto.

“Inter are in a difficult position as a club but I’ll repeat: we’re very happy in a footballing sense.

“As a football fan I like watching Hakimi play, when he has the ball something always happens.

“He has the mindset of a great player.

“Hakimi has a five-year contract, we signed because we’re very certain of Inter’s project.

“In the future we’ll see, but this is a very important step in his career.”

Camano also discussed how Hakimi’s move to Inter came about in the first place, as well as revealing when the wing-back was followed by the Nerazzurri in the past.

“The decision to join Inter was made by the player himself,” he explained.

“Piero Ausilio had already spoken to us two or three years ago about the opportunity of bringing Hakimi to Italy.

“After his spell with Borussia Dortmund the interest was renewed and he decided to join Inter.”

Hakimi is on international duty with Morocco at the moment after Milan’s local health authority gave him and all other Inter players permission to travel to join their teams.

He will be in action when Valil Halilhodzic’s side face Mauritania and Burundi in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

By Will Beckman