“Personal motive”. This is the reason given by PSG to explain the absence of Achraf Hakimi from training this Friday, at the Poissy Campus, on the eve of the reception of Nantes for the 15th day of Ligue 1. Luis Enrique, the Parisian coach, was not much more talkative at a press conference, however assuring that the Moroccan international will be available against the Canaries: “It's a personal question, he's doing very well, he will be in the group. I'm not going to give details, but it's nothing serious or that could have an influence on the match against Nantes.
In fact, Hakimi's absence is linked to his indictment for rape. According to information from RMC Sport, the former Real player was summoned by the courts in Nanterre “as part of a confrontation with the woman who accuses him of rape”. A request from the complainant, a young woman (24 years old) who accuses Hakimi of having abused her and of having practiced digital penetration. Alleged events which took place at the home of Achraf Hakimi and which date back to February 25. The said young woman had reported a rape to the Nogent-sur-Marne police station but had not filed a complaint. However, the courts took up the matter and indicted the Parisian at the beginning of March, without a ban on leaving the territory. Which Parisian has firmly denied these accusations from the start, his lawyer having even denounced an “attempted racketeering” in recent months.
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