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Reports.. Paris Saint-Germain resolves the Ashraf Hakimi deal and seeks to include Ronaldo

Press reports revealed, today, Wednesday, that the French club Paris Saint-Germain has settled the contract deal with the Moroccan star Achraf Hakimi Inter Milan player during the summer transfer season, after a competition with Chelsea, England.

Sky Sports reported, Paris Saint-Germain reached an agreement with Inter Milan to sign Ashraf Hakimi for 70 million euros, for a period of 5 seasons, and that the French club ended all the details of personal terms with the Moroccan star.

The network indicated that the English club, Chelsea, stopped its negotiations with Inter to include the player at 60 million euros, refusing to increase the amount offered to Paris Saint-Germain.

And reports had indicated that the Brazilian sporting director, Leonardo, went to the Italian city of Milan to settle the Ashraf Hakimi deal during the coming period.

Other reports indicated that Paris Saint-Germain wanted to sign Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus striker, in order to compensate for the expected departure of young star Kylian Mbappe, who refuses to renew his contract, which expires in the summer of 2022.

Hakimi proved his worth in the German league with Borussia Dortmund, and played 73 games with the German team over two seasons, and his loan period ended at the end of last summer, and with the interest of clubs throughout Europe, he eventually agreed to join Inter Milan for about 40 million euros..

Paris Saint-Germain had made an offer of 60 million euros to buy the player, but the offer was rejected by the Italian club to give up the 22-year-old Moroccan international, and Italian reports had indicated that the Moroccan international would receive a net annual salary of up to 8 millions of euros.

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