Another piece for the Inter in the race to Achraf Hakimi, on the side of Real Madrid. Before the match against Parma, the managing director for the nerazzurri Giuseppe Marotta has confirmed that the deal is in an advanced state: “The objective of the company is to continue to make investments in the area of sports, by acquiring important players – the words of the ruling. I have to admit that we are in an advanced stage of negotiation, but I would like to emphasise that there must be great respect for the current team. For the future there is the intention to raise the bar”.
Therefore, it will be the moroccan the first blow for Antonio Conte in season 2020/21. A bargain burdensome for the coffers nerazzurre, with the bonus tied to individual performance and the team will arrive in shelling out about 50 million euros for the striker. A gain important for Real Madrid, that has decided to deprive himself of the player after Zinedine Zidane had made it clear not to bet on him as the owner of the future. Thanks to the Decree for Growth, Inter will save, however, something about the recruitment by paying less taxes. The player will receive 6 million euros plus bonus for the five years engagement compared to that of Diego Godin. Therefore, they expect only the medical visits and signatures.