The Serie A side is said to be in a financial crisis with COIVD hurting the owners hard . Touted to be one of the richer clubs in the Serie A, Inter Milan have been adversely hurt by Coronavirus as well.
As per news emanating from Spain, the club has failed to pay Real Madrid the first instalment for Achraf Hakimi till now. The club which had agreed upon a 40 million euro fee for the defender with Real Madrid had decided to pay out the full amount in four instalments.
Inter Milan Fail To Dish Out First 10 Million Euro Instalment
However, with the Suning group, the organisation which owns Inter Milan being bled dry due to COVID, Inter Milan have failed to serve out the requisite amount. A 10 million euro first instalment has gone unpaid with Inter Milan and Real Madrid agreeing upon a new date in March.
Tt remains to be seen if Inter Milan can meet their new due date as well. The Suning group in the midst of a calamitous financial turmoil with Inter Milan’s players not being paid since November.
And reports have been rife of the Suning group trying hard to defer the weekly wages of Inter Milan’s players for the remainder of the season. The company is said to have absolutely no money to run the club with a sale very well on the cards.
Hakimi had previously joined Inter Milan in the summer after spending two years on loan at Borussia Dortmund. The defender who moved to the Italian outfit for 36 million pounds has been held in massive reverence owing to his innate ability to canter down the park.
His affinity for the goals has seen him take to the Serie A like a fish takes to water. He’s already scored 6 times and assisted the four in 17 matches since his 36 million pound move to the club.
Inter Milan currently find themselves in second spot in the league with the club just the two points behind neighbours and league leaders, AC Milan.