The Italian club Inter Milan, who is leading the Italian football league, on Thursday signed with Moroccan right back Ashraf Hakimi from Real Madrid.
The Real Madrid club, leaders of the Spanish Football League, announced today on its official website that it had reached an official agreement with Inter Milan regarding the accession of the Moroccan right-back Ashraf Hakimi to the Italian club.
Hakimi, 21, was included in the Sunni group teams in Real Madrid after joining the club's academy in 2006. He spent the last two seasons on loan in Borussia Dortmund.
The parties have not revealed the financial details of the deal, but Italian media have reported that Inter will pay 40 million euros (44 million and 930 thousand dollars) for the right-back services for five years.
Official statement: Ashraf
- Real Madrid CF AS (@realmadridarab) July 2, 2020
Real Madrid said in an official statement, "The club thanks to Ashraf for his dedication, dedication for years, his professionalism and the good model he has struck for the rest of the players since joining the academy in 2006 and we wish him all the best in his next career."
OFFICIAL: Achraf Hakimi has sealed a permanent move to Inter on a 5-year deal. Ic pic.twitter.com/f4uMvmvCaN
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Achraf Hakimi has chosen his next move pic.twitter.com/eU61KnjWab
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