Thomas Tuchel, who is also targeting Presnel Kimpembe, has another PSG defender in his sights in the person of Achraf Hakimi.
Author of a decent first season at Paris Saint-Germain but a bit below the expectations placed on him, Achraf Hakimi keeps a superb rating on the transfer market. And for good reason, the very good seasons of the Moroccan at Borussia Dortmund then at Inter Milan have marked the spirits and on the side of the Premier League, the interest of Chelsea is becoming more and more pressing. Thomas Tuchel, who constantly evolves with a five-man defense, would like to include Achraf Hakimi in his tactical device by refocusing Reece James in the three axial and making the current piston of PSG his corridor player on the right. According to information from Jamie Wilkinson, however, there is no chance that Achraf Hakimi will leave Paris SG this summer, just one year after arriving in the French capital from Inter Milan.
Hakimi will not leave PSG this summer
“Hakimi is very happy at PSG and has no interest in leaving. As reported last summer, Paris Saint-Germain was his first and only choice due to his family who live partly in France. There is a 0% chance that he will leave this summer and even less at Chelsea. published the English insider, ending the hopes of Thomas Tuchel and supporters of the Blues at the same time. Mbappé’s departure for Real Madrid this summer could have changed this trend, but it didn’t and the situation is therefore crystal clear.
If Chelsea therefore has no chance of winning the bet in the Achraf Hakimi file, the Premier League cador remains associated with PSG during this summer transfer window. And for good reason, Thomas Tuchel has made Presnel Kimpembe one of his top priorities in order to strengthen his central defense. The one who was captain of the Blues against Croatia on Monday evening being out of contract in two years, Chelsea would like to take the opportunity to recruit him. Especially since Presnel Kimpembe has made it known that he wanted to meet the management of PSG to discuss an extension… or a departure.