French giants Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports coming from various sources, including Football transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, have agreed a deal with Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan over the transfer of their defender Achraf Hakimi. The Moroccan international defender has been one of the most sought-after players since during the middle of last season and has been linked to several clubs across Europe since then. He was reported to have attracted the interest of English Premier League side Chelsea before PSG entered the race for his signature.

Both Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain were then reported to be engaged in a transfer tussle for the right-back who is now looking all set to be moving to France in the summer. Earlier in the month, Chelsea were said to have submitted a bid of around £65 million for the former Borussia Dortmund star but the Blues then had their bid surpassed by a higher amount that PSG put on the table for Inter. Since then, it has been bid upon bids for Hakimi whose agent has already confirmed that his client will not be playing for Inter Milan next season.

In what was a final give-or-take offer from Paris Saint-Germain this week, the French club made a new bid worth £80 million with the idea of sealing the deal as soon as possible without any competition so that they can concentrate on brokering other potential transfer businesses.

According to Fabrizio Romano, the deal between Hakimi and PSG has been agreed and it will last for the next five years, running through till 2026. The final details of the deal are expected to be ironed out in the coming days and the player is also expected to sign his contract as soon as possible.