Manchester City to rival Real Madrid for Achraf Hakimi

In recent hours, rumors have emerged that Real Madrid are interested in Achraf Hakimi. However, it seems that they will not be alone in the race. New information assures that there is a Premier League team interested in the player and they intend to compete for him.

Achraf Hakimi currently plays for PSG and although things are not going too badly in Paris, it seems that the player is interested in a change of scenery. At first, the closest destination seemed to be in Spain, but in a twist of events, it is now in England, and specifically in Manchester.

The right-back’s work at the Parisian club has been consistent. This has made him one of the best in his position, but it will not keep him in Ligue 1 for too long. In fact, Manchester City have decided to try to sign him, and they could be close to getting him, according to Masfichajes.

The Citizens are looking for a replacement for Walker. This player will need to be someone who is already at a good level, but who can also be useful for the next few seasons. In the case of Achraf Hakimi, he is only 25 years old and has a very promising career ahead of him.

They Have the Budget

It is no secret that the Premier League often invests large amounts in signings, and this will be no exception. The player’s contract ends in the summer of 2026 and he has a market value of 65 million euros, so they will have to invest a few million.

It is not yet known how much the Parisians will ask for, but it will not be cheap. In this aspect, the Whites seem less willing to pay too much for him. On the other hand, the Sky Blues will have no problem paying whatever it takes, so they have an advantage.

In any case, Achraf Hakimi will remain at PSG until the end of the season at least, where he has contributed 4 goals and 5 assists in the 2,033 minutes he has played in 25 games this season.

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