The details of Achraf Hakimi’s deal with Paris Saint-Germain have been revealed, with the Moroccan set to earn twice his current wages at Inter when he joins the Parisian club.

This is reported by Rome-based newspaper la Repubblica, who report that the 22-year-old’s personal terms with PSG involve an annual net salary of €10 million including add-ons.

There is still thought to be some work to be done to get the player’s move to the French capital over the line, but the outcome is very likely now, with PSG ready to arrive with an offer which approaches Inter’s €70 million valuation for the player when add-ons are included.

Chelsea are still hoping that Inter will accept an offer which includes €60 million in addition to Spanish wing-back Marcos Alonso, but it is thought that Inter president Steven Zhang is prioritizing a financial plan to bring in at least €70 million more in sales than is spent on incomings in addition to reducing the club’s wage budget by 15%.

The player’s preference is also a key factor in determining his likely destination, with personal terms agreed with the Parisians and the player ready to sign his contract.