Chelsea and Manchester United have been told to pay £60 million to sign Paris Saint-Germain defender Achraf Hakimi this summer.

The French champions are currently tight with Financial Fair Play and they are expected to sanction some big-money departures.
Hakimi is one of the players that could head for the exit door and Football Insider claim that Chelsea and United want his services.
However, he is unlikely to come on the cheap this summer. Les Parisiens plan to hold out for at least £60m to part ways with him.Chelsea signed Malo Gusto to bolster the right-back department in January but he was loaned back to Lyon for the rest of the season.
He is expected to provide back-up to Reece James next term. We would be amazed if Chelsea attempt to land Hakimi in the summer.
On the other hand, United could be interested in Hakimi. The Red Devils are lacking the presence of an attacking right-back in the squad.Diogo Dalot and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are presently the regular options. The latter could be offloaded if Hakimi moves to Old Trafford.

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