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Inter Milan failed to pay first instalment of Achraf Hakimi's £36m transfer fee to and players went unpaid for four months amid financial strain at the San Siro club Inter Milan bought full-back Achraf Hakimi from in the summer First £9m instalment of Hakimi's £36m transfer fee was due in December But financial issues meant Inter had to agree an extension with Real until March It comes after the Inter squad weren't paid their wages on time in four months Owner Steven Zhang is looking for outside investment in the San Siro club 

By Alvise Cagnazzo For Mailonline and Adam Shergold for MailOnline

Published: 11:17 GMT, 17 January 2021 | Updated: 11:17 GMT, 17 January 2021

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Inter Milan have not paid the first instalment of their payments to for Achraf Hakimi as the club battles to stave off financial oblivion.

Morocco international full-back Hakimi completed a £36million move from the Bernabeu to the San Siro back in July, with the first payment of around £9m expected last month.

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But Inter were unable to pay the money and an agreement was reached to postpone the payment until March 30.

Inter Milan weren't able to pay Real Madrid the first £9million instalment of Achraf Hakimi's transfer fee when it was due in December. The clubs agreed to postpone it until March

Inter Milan weren't able to pay the first £9million instalment of Achraf Hakimi's transfer fee when it was due in December.

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