Real Madrid – La Liga Renegotiated with Los Blancos
Inter agreed a 45 million euro fee with Real Madrid for the signing of Achraf Hakimi last summer, and the Moroccan full back is having a fine start to life in Italy, yet the Serie A giants are struggling to pay the first instalment that they owe to Los Blancos.
The economic crisis brought about by the coronavirus measures sees even the biggest clubs in Europe struggling, and Inter are now renegotiating with Real Madrid in order to make the first payment in the Achraf deal in March instead of January.
According to La Repubblica, Inter have been hit hard economically, and will aim to pay the first 10 million euro instalment by March 30.
The club also owes their players’ bonuses their bonuses for the months of July and August 2020, with both Inter CEOs Beppe Marotta and Alessandro Antonello promising to make those payments before February 16, and the same pledge has been made for November and December payments.
Failure to pay these outstanding debts could lead to Inter being deducted points, according to current regulations in Italy and that is what the club’s directors are looking to avoid at all costs.