Inter are very pleased to have finally agreed on the departure of Achraf Hakimi just before their June 30th deadline for raising significant sums from player sales, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter were beginning to worry about meeting their financial deadlines. The club needed to raise around €70 million from player sales before June 30th in order to then be able to move forward with their other transfer plans.

The deadlock that Paris Saint Germain and Inter reached over the fee for the Moroccan meant that Inter were at risk of missing their deadline.

Inter are now able to focus on the new contracts for Nicolo Barella and Marcelo Brozovic, as well as the replacement for Achraf Hakimi.

There are other fringe players whose new destinations need to be found soon as well such as Ivan Perisic and Arturo Vidal.