Inter are destined to sell Achraf Hakimi before the end of June, according to a leading Italian broadcaster tonight.

Sky Sport Italia (via said the Nerazzurri wanted a deal – most likely with Paris Saint-Germain – sorted by the end of the month due to financial reasons.

Inter are expected to record a heavily loss in the financial year ending on June 30, so they ideally need a sale before that date to soften the blow.

The next few days ‘will be important’ in sorting Hakimi’s future, with Inter hoping to earn a total fee of €80 million including bonuses.

Hakimi will in all likelihood leave Inter in the next four weeks, despite only joining from Real Madrid last summer.

The Moroccan international scored seven goals and provided 10 assists in his debut Serie A campaign, as Antonio Conte led Inter to their first Scudetto in more than a decade.

Hakimi is also attracting interest from Chelsea and Bayern Munich, as per multiple reports, but PSG seem to be in pole position for his signature.