Inter will sell Achraf Hakimi before the end of next week, according to a report in the Italian media today.

Gazzetta dello Sport’s print edition said there would be an official announcement on the Moroccan international’s departure within 10 days.

Hakimi will in all likelihood join Paris Saint-Germain, despite interest from Chelsea, because the Ligue 1 club are the only team to have made an offer.

PSG have offered €60 million for Hakimi, bonuses included, but Inter are waiting for them to up their offer and move closer to €70 million.

Inter CEO Beppe Marotta is on great terms with PSG sporting director Leonardo, as demonstrated by the deal last summer to sell Mauro Icardi to France.

This is another reason to believe a deal with PSG will eventually be secured, and that will take Inter a long way towards securing the overall profit they need in this summer’s transfer window.

Hakimi scored seven goals and provided 10 assists last season as Inter won the Serie A title in dominant fashion.