Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) could be looking to sell Achraf Hakimi this summer, as they are reportedly ready to listen to offers for the Moroccan right-back. Manchester United is one of the clubs that have shown interest in signing Hakimi, as reported by Football Insider.
Hakimi joined PSG last summer from Inter Milan for a reported fee of €60 million, and he has had a decent season in France. The 24-year-old has scored six goals and provided five assists in 24 Ligue 1 appearances, helping PSG finish as runners-up to Lille in the league last season.
However, with PSG reportedly looking to raise funds this summer, Hakimi could be one of the players that could be sold to balance the books. PSG’s Qatari owners have invested heavily in the club in recent years, and they are reportedly looking to recoup some of their investments.
Manchester United has been linked with a move for Hakimi, as they look to strengthen their right-back position. The Red Devils have used a number of players in that position this season, including Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Diogo Dalot and Brandon Williams, but neither has been able to nail down the spot.