Italian journalist Mario Sconcerti has given his thoughts on the expected departure of Achraf Hakimi from Inter.

Speaking to TMW Radio as reported by Italian news outlet FCInter1908, Sconcerti explained that he understands Inter’s position and decision to sell the Moroccan.

Hakimi is expected to depart in the coming days, with Inter expected to accept an offer from Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea still considering a late offer to beat the Parisians to the player’s signature.

It is thought that the value of PSG’s offer will be at least €70 million, around Inter’s valuation.

For Sconcerti, this is an offer which would be difficult for the Nerazzurri to turn down, though the player’s departure could still hurt Inter.

The journalist also comments on the fact that there has not been a great deal of movement in the Italian transfer market yet in this window, with only two moves with large fees so far.

Sconcerti’s words:

“Hakimi is a great signing. Inter lose a lot, but for €70 million no player is non-transferable.”

On the Italian transfer market he had this to say:

“At the moment nothing can be said, the market has not moved. Nobody has money, that is clear. [Rodrigo] De Paul is a player who would have done well with one of the big clubs, but he was not even considered, he’s leaving [Italy, reportedly to Atletico Madrid] without a second thought or doubts.”

“Fiorentina and Milan spent €27 and €28 million for [Nicolas] Gonzalez and [Fiyako] Tomori, for the rest nothing yet.”

On the departure of former Inter head coach Antonio Conte, he said this:

“Inter have lost Conte, which is the real difference for them. Their market has not moved.”