Manchester City are in the mix to sign Paris Saint-Germain star Achraf Hakimi, according to a report from Spain.

The right-back has been a regular this season, managing four goals and five assists from 25 games.

Saturday’s AS claims several clubs are attentive to his situation, including Real Madrid and Manchester City.

Los Blancos have Lucas Vázquez and Daniel Carvajal, and the latter has impressed so far this season. Therefore, the Spanish club are only attentive to their former player for now.

Manchester City are the Morocco international’s other ‘interested party’. It’s claimed Pep Guardiola’s side had already asked about him last summer, when Kyle Walker came close to leaving them for Bayern Munich.

The newspaper says Manchester City ‘appear as a rival’, likely of Real Madrid, in the chase for the 25-year-old.

In the future, he wants to play for a top-level club that will compete for everything and the treble winners would fit his requirement.

Claims elsewhere have stated the defender earns €12m net per year. AS relay that and add that only a few clubs would be in a position to secure his services due to his high salary.

Although Manchester City are interested, a deal may not take shape. AS explain that Hakimi doesn’t plan to leave PSG in the summer and his intention is to fulfil his contract which lasts until 2026.