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Inter’s financial problems threaten Achraf’s stay in Milan. As AS reported a few days ago, the Italian club could not make the payment of the first installment on time of the transfer of the side, which amounted to 10 million euros and which expired in December. Both clubs reached an agreement, or so it seemed. The Corriere dello Sport reports today that the positions are at odds and that Real Madrid could try to recover the player.
In principle the term for the payment of that first installment had been extended by mutual agreement until March 30. The reason for this date is that one day later, no club that wants to participate in European competitions can have unpaid debts to other clubs.
Everything seemed in order but now Madrid seems not satisfied with Inter’s performance. According to the Corriere, the white club awaited the presentation of a series of guarantees that this payment would be made within the new term. Inter for its part did not consider that these guarantees were necessary, since the new agreement had been closed with a letter. Always according to information, Real Madrid considers that the new deadline is no longer valid. In other words, he considers that Inter would not have fulfilled the agreement for the transfer of Achraf and I would be working on formulas to get it back.
Achraf, despite some difficulties in his first months in Milan, has become a key part of Antonio Conte’s team this season, in which has scored 6 goals and has distributed 5 assists. It has taken over the Nerazzurri right wing and its contribution has been key for Inter to finish second in Serie A.
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