Paris Saint-Germain have identified the 22-year-old as the ideal player to come in and make the right-back position his own at the Parc des Princes for the next decade plus.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, PSG are in advanced talks with Inter over the transfer of Achraf, with reports suggesting the deal could cost around 60 million euros, while Corriere dello Sport say that it could be closer to 70 million euros.

Achraf was Inter’s first signing last summer and could now be the first out the door following their Scudetto win.

Both clubs have been in contact for some time over the move, with PSG originally offering Leandro Paredes in the deal, but the Italian club rejected the idea, preferring to receive more money in an attempt to solve some of their financial issues.

Achraf recently spoke to El Chiringuito about a potential return to former club Real Madrid and how they parted ways last year.

“They had the opportunity to keep me,” he said.

“I need to clear things up, because people said I didn’t want to stay and fight for my place and that isn’t true.

“Everyone knows, and the last time we spoke we said this, that Real Madrid was my home and I’d like to play there, but because of circumstances I think they decided to do something else.

“Everyone knows, though, that I’d have liked to be there and win my place in the side.”