Achraf Hakimi has officially left Inter for Paris Saint-Germain, with the Moroccan’s move confirmed by the French club.

The Parisians announced the player’s transfer on their official site, confirming a deal which had been thought to be close for some time.

Hakimi joins the club on a five-year contract until June 2026, leaving the Nerzzurri after only one season.

Despite the brevity of Hakimi’s stay at the Giuseppe Meazza, it was certainly impactful, with the 22-year-old playing a major role in the club’s first Scudetto win in eleven years.

Hakimi made 45 appearances for Inter in his loan season at Inter after joining last summer from Real Madrid, with a total of 37 in the league demonstrating the trust that was placed in the Moroccan by Antonio Conte.

However, the player has been sacrificed by the club for budgetary reasons, with a major sale thought to have been a major component of the plan to meet financial targets in the summer, with the sale thought to bring a fee in the region of €70 million into the club’s coffers.