After the Corriere dello Sport claimed Real Madrid could ask for Achraf Hakimi back from Inter, his agent and Marca assure there are ‘no problems.’
The original deal had Inter paying four €10m instalments for Hakimi, with the first due in December 2020.
The two clubs wrote out and signed a new agreement postponing the first instalment until March 30, 2021.
This morning, the Corriere dello Sport claimed Real Madrid were contesting that deal and threatening to sue Inter for the lack of payment, even asking for the player back.
However, Marca assure that is not the case and there is a ‘very friendly’ rapport between the clubs.
Hakimi’s agent also insisted there’s no such concern about the delayed payment.
“I don’t know anything about that,” agent Alejandro Camano told FCInter1908.it.
“We have not received any calls from Madrid. Achraf is happy at Inter and is only concentrated on doing his best for Inter.
“His objective is to win with the Inter jersey, and he’s not thinking about anything else.”