Arsenal transfer blow as Achraf Hakimi 'agrees £51.5m PSG transfer with skint Inter Milan forced to sell full-back'

ARSENAL have been dealt another transfer blow as Inter Milan right-back Achraf Hakimi looks set to join PSG.

The Parisians are believed to not be completely sold on loanee Alessandro Florenzi.

And academy graduate Colin Dagba hasn't managed to stamp down a first-team place either.

According to Italian outlet La Gazzetta dello Sport, newly-crowned Italian champions Inter need to get between £77million to £85m in transfer sales to meet the economic needs of the club.

The report states that the Nerazzurri and PSG are in the advanced stages of negotiations.

And the deal would be around £51.5m – turning a profit of £16.5m from when they acquired him permanently from Real Madrid for £34.3m back in 2020.

The 22-year-old could be the second high-profile Inter star to leave the San Siro this summer.

Title-winning boss Antonio Conte sensationally quit days after lifting the Serie A title.

Conte could return to the Premier League, with managerless Tottenham reportedly adding the Italian to their shortlist.

The latest developments are a blow to Arsenal who have been tracking the highly talented right-back for some time.


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And with long-time servant Hector Bellerin looking set to leave this summer, signing a right-back is one of the Gunners' top priorities.

Arsenal could also be pipped to the signing of soon-to-be free agent Ryan Bertrand.

FA Cup winners Leicester look set to win the race for the experienced left-back's signature.

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