Paris Saint-Germain are retaining their interest in Inter wingback Achraf Hakimi, but the deal may be affected by the fact that the French club are also pursuing multiple other blockbuster deals.
Today’s print edition of Gazzetta are claiming that the signing of former Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma is being worked on by PSG, who also look to be winning the race with Barcelona for the signature of Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum.
The Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting that the Parisians may be looking to put as much as €150 towards strengthening their team in the summer, indicating the scale and complexity of their business.
It is said that Hakimi is ready to accept the approach of PSG sporting director Leonardo, but that the clubs are still to far apart on the fee involved for a deal completed, with PSG offering €60 million and Inter holding firm on €70 million.
The Gazzetta further claim that when Inter target Alessandro Florenzi is released from his loan with PSG a clarification of the situation may be triggered.