Achraf Hakimi has formally moved from Real Madrid to Inter, with stories suggesting the Milanese membership have spent round €40 million (£36m/$45m) to safe the companies of the teen till 2025.
- Achraf Hakimi has formally moved from Real Madrid to Inter
- Madrid have included a buy-back clause within the wing-back’s five-year deal
- Hakimi had been extensively anticipated to return to Santiago Bernabeu
Inter Milan have reached an settlement with Real Madrid to sign Moroccan fullback Achraf Hakimi, the La Liga membership introduced on Thursday.
Hakimi, 21, rose via the ranks at Real Madrid after becoming a member of their academy in 2006. He spent the final two seasons on mortgage at Borussia Dortmund.
The monetary particulars of the deal weren’t disclosed however Italian media reported Inter would pay 40 million euros ($44.93 million) for the best back.
“The club wishes to thank Achraf for his many years of dedication, professionalism and exemplary conduct since he joined our academy in 2006 and wishes him all the very best in this new chapter,” Real mentioned in a press release.