Inter will pay Euro 40 million, plus Euro 5 million in bonuses for the 21-year-old Moroccan defender.
Now, Hakimi appears to be set to move to Inter, with Marotta confirming reports that a deal is close to being struck, with sporting director Piero Ausilio handling the deal for the Serie A club.
A £36m deal is understood to have been agreed between Inter and Real, and Hakimi has already given his approval to the move.More news: Kyrgios brands Boris Becker a 'doughnut'
Several reports in Spanish media have recently suggested that Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has made a decision to cash in on the full-back to use those funds to strengthen other areas of the squad.
According to the sources mentioned above, only by clarifying the modalities of payment, while the player has already closed an agreement with Inter to sign a five-year contract in exchange for five million euros net per season.
Los Blancos have made it clear that Dani Carvajal is the team's first-choice right-back and they remain calm knowing that their loanee is now weighing up his options.More news: With Cam Newton To Patriots, Cardinals May Play Against Him Again
He scored five goals and provided 10 assists in the Bundesliga while displaying his versatility at both right and left-back as well as in a more advanced position.
As for Real, Carvajal will retain his spot in the starting lineup for the foreseeable future, with Éder Militão and the returning Álvaro Odriozola likely to give Zidane more options for the position.More news: Breaking! India's first coronavirus vaccine candidate approved for human trials; details inside