The big-money sale of Inter star Achraf Hakimi has satisfied the Oaktree investors meaning they will continue to provide money for the club going forward, according to a report in the Italian media today.

As has been reported by Tuttosport today, the initial €65 million that Inter will receive for Achraf Hakimi from Paris Saint Germain has pleased the American investors and helps to maintain the good relationship between them and the Suning Group who own the Nerazzurri.

The American fund authorised an initial loan of €275 million for Inter but that money came with certain conditions that had to be met. The arrival of the Achraf Hakimi money reportedly means that Oaktree are still happy with Inter’s progress in the market and will not be withholding any money in the near future.

Inter still need to reduce the player wage bill by 15% as well as continuing to raise money from player sales.