Inter will receive more than €70 million for the sale of Achraf Hakimi to Paris Saint-Germain, with add-ons factored in to the valuation.

This according to Sky Sport Italia transfer market expert Gianluca Di Marzio, reported via FCInter1908, who reports that the deal with the Parisians is for a fixed fee of €68 million with a further €3 million in bonuses.

The Moroccan looks set to depart imminently, with confirmation of the sale expected soon, and the Nerazzurri will receive a fee that approximates their valuation for the player, thought to have been around €70 million.

Hakimi arrived at the Giuseppe Meazza from Real Madrid last summer for a fee of €40 million, potentially rising to €45 million with add-ons.

However, Inter only owe the Los Blancos €1 million of the potential €5 million, for the player winning the Scudetto, while he has yet to trigger the remaining add-ons while at the club.

The deal with Real Madrid that brought the 22-year-old to the club last summer included a right of first refusal for the Spanish club to match any offer for the player should Inter sell him.

However, Real have turned down the option to match PSG’s offer now that the Parisian’s have officially submitted their bid, and the path appears clear for the signing to go ahead.