Paris Saint-Germain is hoping to gazump manchester city in their move for Dani Alves. Elsewhere, Arsenal target Amine Harit is set to join Schalke 04 for $9.98m after completing a medical at the weekend, while Ruben Loftus-Cheek is on the verge of sealing a season-long loan move to Crystal Palace. Here's a full report of the latest transfer updates making the rounds:

PSG enters chase to sign Alves

Dani Alves is one of Guardiola's prime targets as he "attempts" to add experience to his backline options this summer market. Transfer to Manchester City seemingly appeared to be a “foregone conclusion, are” but now, Pis confident of luring the Brazil defender to Paris, according to Telegraph.

It has been suggested that PSG sporting Chief Antero Henrique has begun what's described as a “charm offense” in the hope that he'll be enticed to join Paris Saint-Germain instead of Manchester City. Now it'll be up to the Brazil international to decide where he wants to play his soccer this summer has come to the "end" of his current deal with Juventus FC.

Schalke set to sign Amine Harit

Amine Harit had emerged as a target for Arsene Wenger after his impressive performances for Ligue 1 club Nantes. During his first full season as a regular first-team starter, Amine Harit racked up thirty appearances, scoring once, which attracted the attention of several European club sides. According to Goal, Arsenal, as well as Bayern Munich, had considered an offer, but they've been beaten to the “punch” by their Bundesliga rivals.

Schalke 04 have agreed a fee of around $9.98million, of which $8millon will be paid up-front, with the 20-year-old midfielder ready to sign a four-year contract at the French club.

Loftus-Cheek set to join Crystal Palace on loan

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is eager for Loftus-Cheek to gain more experience and the 21-year-old has agreed to join up with Crystal Palace.

Loftus-Cheek will become Frank de Boer's first summer signing since his appointment as the Eagles head coach last month. The 21-year-old midfielder is rated as one of England's brightest soccer talents having played at the youth level for club and country. Loftus-Cheek was part of Chelsea's first-team squad last term but wasn't given much regular play time and made only six appearances in the EPL.

With the Blues set to sign in AS Monaco's Tiemoue Bakayoko this summer window, Chelsea believes a year's loan would be the “best move” to boost the 21-year-old development.

Southampton, Newcastle United and Brighton were also reported to be interested in Ruben Loftus-Cheek, but Crystal Palace has ultimately won the race, with a deal expected to be finalized in the next twenty-four hours, according to BBC.