Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain have both made €60 million offers for Inter wingback Achraf Hakimi, and the coming days will see which club gains an advantage for his signature.

This according to Italian transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio who has weighed in on the Moroccan’s situation in an interview with Sky Sport Italia aired earlier this afternoon, suggesting that the coming days will provide clarity on the player’s future.

Hakimi is thought to be a player that the Nerazzurri are willing to sell in order to meet their financial obligations in the summer, but as such the club have placed a high valuation on the player as they hope to generate high transfer revenue from his sale.

The €60 million offers are not enough for Inter, so the coming days will see continued negotiations with both the French and English clubs to reach an offer more suitable for Inter.

Both clubs have made identical offers and it remains to be seen which if either will present the more attractive deal to Inter.

Di Marzio explains: “The next few days will be important because both clubs have made €60 million offers. Inter want more, but Chelsea can include more players to increase the value of the deal.”