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Hakimi Faces Allegations of Violence as He Trains with Paris Saint-Germain


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Moscow, March 3 – Paris Saint-Germain player Ashraf Hakimi has resumed training in the general group, according to the club’s official website.
Hakimi had problems with his left hamstring. Due to the damage, the 24-year-old Moroccan missed two matches for Paris Saint-Germain. It is noteworthy that the defender should return to the matches next week.
Brazilian striker Neymar continues his recovery from a sprained ankle he suffered in the 24th round match of the French Championship against Lille. Midfielder Renato Sanches will resume training with the general group next week after suffering a hamstring injury.

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On Sunday, the 24-year-old went to the police, saying Hakimi had raped her. She did not apply, but based on the testimony of the victim, the prosecutor’s office took up the case independently. The alleged victim claims to have met the player on social media. On February 25, the girl arrived at the footballer’s house in a taxi that Hakimi ordered for her. At home, he began to harass the girl, kissing her and taking off her clothes, despite protests and attempts to escape.
Earlier, Al-Hakimi’s lawyer, Fanny Collin, said that the rape accusations against the football player were invalid. He also supported Moroccan Paris Saint-Germain and insisted on his innocence. Hakimi testified on Thursday before the police, after which the judge charged him and placed him under judicial supervision.
Hakimi, 24, has been with PSG since July 2021. In the Qatar World Cup, he reached the semi-finals as part of the Morocco national team. The International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA) and the International Federation of Professional Footballers’ Associations (FIFPro), on Monday, named Hakimi in the 2022 Team of the Year.

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