Hakimi Achraf’s Family Desire That Helped Chelsea Overtake PSG In Transfer Pursuit

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Hakimi Achraf is now closer than ever to completing a move to London

The former Real Madrid man is keen on leaving Inter Milan this summer after seeing his favorite manager sacked from the club.

Chelsea and Paris Saint German have remained a major potential destination for the Moroccan.

Talked of as the best wing back, Achraf’s acceleration ability makes him a standout to other wing backs and adding him to the line up has been an option Thomas Tuchel is happy to implement.

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But to do so, Chelsea have been battling strong opposition from Paris Saint German who see same thing Chelsea see in the 22-year-old.

According to a Chelsea correspondent, the Blues may have just been favored on the transfer chase despite Hakimi first chosing Paris Saint German before learning of Chelsea’s interest.

Following the reports, it’s revealed Hakimi and his family felt at home in Madrid while he was with Los Blancos unlike his times at Dortmund and currently Inter Milan.

Due to this, the Moroccans are seeking for a forever club and have been revealed to be seeing Chelsea move as a plausible one due to the country.

“Hakimi and his family are now seeing a move to Chelsea as the most plausible deal to be done. Personal terms won’t be a problem, Hakimi is happy to move to Chelsea even if PSG were his first choice,” Simon Phillips reported.

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“He is also looking for a forever club. He was very settled in Madrid, it was his home. Leaving for Germany was hard, but having two years there helped.

“He loved playing for Inter under Conte, but never really settled in Milan. Wherever he goes next, he wants to settle there”

Chelsea have of lately offered a €60m plus Marcos Alonso bid for the former Dortmund loanee but Inter Milan are believed to be holding out for €65m.

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