Inter full-back Achraf Hakimi’s agent commented the rumours of a transfer to Bayern Munich but the Bundesliga giants deny the possibilities of a move.
Hakimi’s representative Alejandro Camano spoke to Goal and SPOX about the latest rumours involving the Morocco international and a move to Die Roten.
“I don’t know where these rumours come from, but it wouldn’t surprise me if Bayern were interested in Hakimi,” he said.
“Achraf is very happy at Inter, he doesn’t think about anything else. But, who wouldn’t want to play for Bayern.”
But the former Real Madrid defender will most likely not move to Bayern this summer, as the agent confirmed there has not been any contacts and Bayern President Herbert Haines specified that the club will not spend big money over the coming months.
“I don’t see the need for any more expensive transfers,” he told Bild’s podcast Bayern-Insider. “We have an incredibly strong and young team with huge potential, so I’m not worried.
“I’m happy when the great players are linked with Bayern and when it’s said that they would like to come to us.
“But it would cost a lot of money, at least referring to what the media say.”