Bayern Munich joins the race for Achraf Hakimi’s signature

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Arsenal has been hit by a potential blow in their long-running bid to bring Morocco’s Achraf Hakimi into their ranks, with German reports claiming Bayern Munich will compete with the English club for the signing of the Inter Milan star.

And it turned out that the transfer of the Inter star and the former Dortmund player, who is 22 years old, seems difficult, as Bayern announced that it would reduce the size of its investments due to the losses caused by the Corona virus pandemic.

Inter last year paid Real Madrid $ 45 million for the dynamic right-back, so the Bayern management must find smart solutions to get the deal going.

Media reports spoke of a possible swap deal, including Bayern Munich midfielder Corentin Tolisso, and Inter coach Antonio Conte was also said to be very interested in the French player.

Alejandro Camano, the Moroccan player’s agent, said he was not surprised by Bayern’s interest “because Ashraf is the best in his position.”

The agent stated that his client’s contract with Inter continues until 2025 and said: “He just won the title with Inter and is happy.”

Hakimi’s marketing value on the players’ exchange amounts to 50 million euros, according to the “Transfer Market” website.

It is noteworthy that Hakimi raised his tally of titles to six, having previously crowned the European Champions League, European Super League, Club World Cup and the Spanish Super Cup with Real Madrid, in addition to the German Super Cup title with Borussia Dortmund, and finally he won the “Calcio” title with an Inter jersey.

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