Inter are making no progress in their talks with Paris Saint-Germain over Achraf Hakimi, according to a report in the Italian media tonight.
FcInterNews.it said the clubs were at an impasse in negotiations, with neither showing any intention to budge from their original position.
Inter continue to insist that Hakimi will not be sold for an offer below €70-75 million, but that is too much for the Ligue 1 runners-up.
PSG remain firm on their €60 million bid, but that won’t be enough to sign the Moroccan international and talks could end up dragging on for some time.
Inter have two other clubs interested in Hakimi as well, and the Nerazzurri might be able to use their interest to coax a better offer out of PSG.
Chelsea have made a phone call recently to enquire about the 22-year-old, but the Premier League club have yet to make an official bid.
Bayern Munich remain alert to the situation too, but the Bundesliga champions are not actively pursuing the deal at the moment.
It remains to be seen whether PSG sporting director Leonardo will up his offer for Hakimi, otherwise there is no guarantee a deal will be reached soon.