OGC are ready to sell Inter Milan and Arsenal target Dalbert Henrique after being disappointed with his performance in the preseason. In Italy, Udinese midfielder Jakub Jankto is being monitored by Arsenal. Meanwhile, Juventus have told Arsenal that they can sign Juan Cuadrado this summer if they can offer $35.1million. Here's a full report of the latest summer transfer updates:

Dalbert set to leave Nice

Ogc Nice are said to be "frustrated" by Dalbert Henrique's performances in preseason and they are now willing to sell him this summer. Earlier on, the French Club was reluctant to let one of their star defenders go unless a club met his buy-out clause of $34.8million.

However, according to Metro, Dalbert Henrique is been linked with a move to Inter Milan and Arsenal Football Club this summer. The both European giants are said to be willing to sign the Brazilian left back for a fee around $26million.

Arsenal keeps close tabs on Jakub Jankto

The likes of Inter Milan and Juventus are willing to sign the 21-year-old, who's expected to move on this summer or next year. However, according to Standard, Jankto's agent Beppe Risk has now revealed his client is being watched by Arsenal Football Club and Jankto would prefer a move to the Premier League. According to Metro, Beppe Riso said: "Arsenal admires him, he is a lover of the Premier League, and he is also liked by Inter Milan, Juventus and other clubs around Europe.

Still, he is young, he is just 21, he must be calm and right now he's only thinking about Udinese. After that, we will see. Do I see him more in the EPL than other Leagues? Definitely Yes."

Jakub Jankto is arguably developing into one of the most promising youngsters in Europe and made his international debut for the Czech Republic senior national team early this year.

Arsenal now enter race to sign Juan Cuadrado

Arsenal Football Club have been linked with Juan Cuadrado as boss Arsene Wenger is currently searching for a new right back. The Gunners have Hector Bellerin who can play in that position, but Mathieu Debuchy and Carl Jenkinson are expected to leave the Emirates this summer. As a result of this, Arsene Wenger have now enquired about the signing of Juan Cuadrado after keeping close tabs on him last term.

According to Express, Arsenal have now been told by Juventus they can sign the 29-year-old Colombia international for $34.8million. However, the Gunners are not the only club hoping to sign Juan Cuadrado as Serie A club Inter Milan are also said to be monitoring him.