Achraf Hakimi

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Without Marotta we didn't even have Conte or Hakimi to begin with. Hakimi would not have come to play for a banter Inter and a mediocre coach.

Ausilio was behind Hakimi's transfer. I'm neutral regarding Marotta's hiring if that matters
 

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So the money for buying Lazzari, paying shitfucks waste of space Naingolann, Joao Mario and Dalbert, and extending Kolarov is secured. Hail!
 

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Ausilio was behind Hakimi's transfer. I'm neutral regarding Marotta's hiring if that matters
Please read my post again to get what I mean. Everyone can spot Hakimi, he was not a hidden gem. But he chose Inter because Conte is a TOP coach. And Conte was no where near here if Marotta didnt rebuild all the team.
 

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Please read my post again to get what I mean. Everyone can spot Hakimi, he was not a hidden gem. But he chose Inter because Conte is a TOP coach. And Conte was no where near here if Marotta didnt rebuild all the team.

That's all hypothetical but I get your point.
 

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PSG have oil money, need money or not for us, we should be demanding at least 100m for Hakimi, are we even testing their resolve?!

Losing Hakimi is a massive blow to this football club, you can't replace players like Hakimi they are literally irreplaceable special players.
If Hakimi was a Roma player he wouldn't have been sold for less than 120m. Yet Marotta will still be hyped here even though he is horrible at selling players and horrible at signing ( Vidal, Kolarov, Calhan, etc)
 

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Fact is it would be miracle if Hakimi doesn't leave coz he is the most sellable among our top players that will bring that 70m atleast. I was hoping someone would offer atleast 70m for lautaro so that hakimi will stay but that ain't possible at the current situation because of his poor performance so far at the copas. Nobody will pay more that 80m for lukaku and we won't sell for 80m or below, Skriniar won't cost more than 60m, barella and bastoni are out of question. De vrij and brozo won't bring anything close to desired surplus. It is so sad and inevitable that I am now wishing for Hakimi's departure to come quickly so that I will start my grief recovery process earlier. Now it's seven days to JUDGEMENT DAY- JUNE 30.
 

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Without Marotta we didn't even have Conte or Hakimi to begin with. Hakimi would not have come to play for a banter Inter and a mediocre coach.

Yes, but Moratta also has a track record of selling big money players. brehme is not wrong here.

If you trust Moratta, you need to embrace this transfer, and many more in the coming years, and hope he will continue his magic like he did at juve.
 

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Fucking 70m€. I would have been okay with 70m€ guaranteed + bonuses added. This doesn't feel good. I truly hope at least the bonuses are easily achievable.
 

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How in the flying fuck is Marotta getting blamed for this hahahahahaha??? Are people still living in denial about what the Chinese bastards have done to us??
 

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I think most of would agree Hakimi isn't the one we'd sacrifice, but.... are there genuine offer for the other candidates? I could see someone biting on Lauti for like 50mil, but would we really sell him for that? Lukaku is too important for the team at the moment.

Losing Hakimi would be a kick in the balls, but it is what it is... I hope we hold out for at least 80. It's good money for a wingback even if he's arguably the best.

If he leaves, I hope his crosses and headers never improve.
 

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I think most of would agree Hakimi isn't the one we'd sacrifice, but.... are there genuine offer for the other candidates? I could see someone biting on Lauti for like 50mil, but would we really sell him for that? Lukaku is too important for the team at the moment.

Losing Hakimi would be a kick in the balls, but it is what it is... I hope we hold out for at least 80. It's good money for a wingback even if he's arguably the best.

If he leaves, I hope his crosses and headers never improve.

I'd rather sell Martinez for 60M than Hakimi for 70M, if those are our options. Especially with our inability to extend Martinez's contract so far.

I expect both of them to be gone by next summer.
 

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I'd rather sell Martinez for 60M than Hakimi for 70M, if those are our options. Especially with our inability to extend Martinez's contract so far.

I expect both of them to be gone by next summer.

Considering the prices that were touted for Lautaro and Hakimi - €111m release clause :yao: and €80m respectively - it would be a fucking joke to get a total of €130m for BOTH of them. Neither should be sold for a fucking cent under €80m.
 

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Yes, but Moratta also has a track record of selling big money players. brehme is not wrong here.

If you trust Moratta, you need to embrace this transfer, and many more in the coming years, and hope he will continue his magic like he did at juve.
I agree on selling Hakimi, but I don't agree selling Hakimi for 6x m. That's not big money, but shitty money.

"Thanks" to the idiot whom told the whole world we need to cut cost by 30.06, destroying all of our leverage. If he is smart, simply take our time and ignite an auction (there is no FPP deadline this year, remember).

But no, let's spend nice time in China, restrict a deadline himself for a rage sell, while wasting 7m to Conte for his vacation :lol:
 

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I'd rather sell Martinez for 60M than Hakimi for 70M, if those are our options. Especially with our inability to extend Martinez's contract so far.

I expect both of them to be gone by next summer.

The problem is who is offering 60 for him? Barca has too many attacking options. Most of the other wealthy teams are obsessed with Kane and Haaland. Maybe Real? I think even inter is hoping a decent bid comes in.

I do think you're right about them both leaving by next summer.
 

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How in the flying fuck is Marotta getting blamed for this hahahahahaha??? Are people still living in denial about what the Chinese bastards have done to us??

Exactly.

This fucking sucks. But Suning have imposed a deadline by all accounts for the 30th of June. Fucking sucks.
 

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Now that we got rid of the best right winger in the world for peanuts (an average winger sells for 60-80m in the EPL all the time) can we bring Zanetti back? I’m pretty sure he won’t cost much matter of fact he’s already on the payroll so that would be an economic option besides I’m positive he still can play for 90 minutes. Hope the management is considering this solution among other similar options to face this economic crisis and at the same time keeping Inter fighting at the top level of EL and Coppa Italia quarters.
 
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