New twist in the Achraf Hakimi case. The Moroccan international, who is coming to the end of his contract at Borussia Dortmund, has many proposals waiting for him. Among them, that of Bayern Munich who allegedly offered a crazy salary to the Atlas Lion.
Where will Achraf Hakimi go this summer? While he should make his return to Real Madrid, his training club, after spending two good years at Borussia Dortmund, the 21-year-old does not close any doors, to the delight of Bayern Munich who has been following the Moroccan for several seasons.
According to information from the daily AS, the Bavarians are ready to take out the checkbook to hire the services of the man who is now considered to be one of the best side players in the world.
The Moroccan has become a priority target for the German champions, impatient to sign it by spending big, both for transfer fees and for salary.
Bayern is ready to offer Hakimi a salary described as “galactic” by the daily AS, which reveals a sum of between 6 and 7 million euros.
“Having been informed of Bayern’s interest, Achraf would be willing to move to Munich for two reasons. First, a probable salary offer of around six to seven million euros a year after tax would represent a significant increase in his current salary. Second, it would allow him to stay in the Bundesliga, a league he successfully adapted,” said the daily.
A proposal that could thwart the plans of Borussia Dortmund who recently said he wanted to keep his nugget for another season.
For its part, Real Madrid has still not positioned itself clearly for its player that it will recover this summer. A few days ago, spanish media, revealed that Real Madrid could well separate from the versatile side for a tidy sum of 60 million euros, although the latter could find a place in the workforce of Zinedine Zidane.
Hakimi is one of the most attracted footballers in Europe this season. Real Madrid’s right-back, who plays his second consecutive season on loan to Borussia Dortmund, has scored 9 goals and 10 assists to date. He was also nominated for the Bundesliga Player of the month award in May.
These services have won over a large number of big clubs, notably Manchester City, which recently expressed its desire to recruit young talent.