Former Real Madrid right-back Achraf Hakimi completed his €40 million move to Inter Milan this Thursday, ending his career in the club after a two-year loan spell with Borussia Dortmund.
Achraf published an emotional letter for the club and its fans on his social media.
Gracias @realmadrid pic.twitter.com/uYMRf1bNZ6— achrafhakimi (@AchrafHakimi) July 3, 2020
“I never thought this moment would come. It’s not good-bye because you never say good-bye to your home, you might go far from it but it will always be the place where I found happiness and the values that made me grow.
Real Madrid is my home, I was raised, spoiled and educated there to be the person I am today. Real Madrid is not only about developing athletes. I entered the doors at Valdebebas being a six-year old and definitely I could never imagine how happy I was going to be there.
I want to thank every one of the club workers, my coaches and all my teammates —most of them truly friends— that made this journey alongside me.
Last, I also want to thank the madridistas that supported me and that will keep supporting the club every single time. I will now be one of them.
Thanks a lot Real Madrid!”
It’s definitely sad to see a player of Achraf’s caliber leaving the club. It will surely be interesting to see him thrive for Inter.
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