Achraf Hakimi’s agent blames Zidane for Real Madrid exit.
The Moroccan International joined Inter Milan last week after playing two impressive seasons on loan at Borussia Dortmund.
The 21 year old made 45 appearances for the German club where he scored nine goals and provided ten assists.
He is widely regarded as one of the brightest talents of this generation and was expected to return to his parent club where he joined in 2006.
Hakimi joined Inter Milan and signed a five-year contract for €45 million with Martin Camano blaming the Real boss.
“Zidane is the reason for Hakimi’s transfer to Inter,” Camano told Al Mountakhab. “He must explain why Hakimi moved.
“I think that Hakimi’s return at the current time is not appropriate given the presence of a player like Dani Carvajal.
“But I’m sure that his future will be bright after taking this step forward.”
“Conte was always in contact with Hakimi,” the representative added. “He talked to him about the club’s future project, so we decided to move to Inter.
“I believe that when a coach like Conte calls you and strongly insists on contacting you, this is evidence that he wants you to become an important piece in his project.”