Paris Saint-Germain continue to await a response from Inter to their offer of €60 million plus add-ons for Moroccan wingback Achraf Hakimi.

In the meantime, today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting, the Parisian club are exploring alternatives in case a deal for Hakimi cannot be reached, including retaining Italian international Alessandro Florenzi at the club for next season.

Florenzi spent last season on loan at the Parc des Princes on loan from Roma, but he is set to return to his parent club tomorrow.

The Italian, who was injured in Italy’s Euro 2020 opener against Turkey, made 36 appearances for PSG in all competitions last season.

With the Azzurri man having been first choice under both Thomas Tuchel and Mauricio Pochettino last season for the French club, he will certainly need to be replace should he return to the Stadio Olimpico this summer.

Hakimi is still thought to be PSG’s first choice for the right-back role next season, but they must seriously consider other options in the case that they are unable to sign the Moroccan.