It is well known that Inter’s upcoming transfer window will be a hectic one and that the situations of many squad members will depend on whether or not their teammates are sold, and so wingback Achraf Hakimi is not a guarantee to be sold in the summer.

Italian broadcaster Sky Sport claim that should Inter’s valuation of the Moroccan international not be met, the club are not expected to sell him.

Negotiations have been ongoing between Inter and French club Paris Saint-Germain over the transfer of Hakimi, but have stalled on the matter of transfer fee.

PSG have not yet raised their offer any higher than €60 million, while Inter are remaining firm at €80 as a minimum amount.

Should PSG or any other club fail to meet Inter’s valuation for Hakimi, the club will consider moving on other squad members to raise funds in the summer.

Sky also report that Inter wingback Ashley Young has been offered a new deal, but at reduced salary terms, and that the Englishman is considering his future.