Inter Milan are set to complete the signing of Nice defender Dalbert, despite a late bid from Liverpool. Elsewhere, Juventus are preparing one last attempt to lure Liverpool Football Club into selling Germany international Emre Can this summer, while Paris Saint-Germain appear to have beaten Tottenham in the race for highly-rated Argentine defender Juan Foyth. Here's a full report of these transfer headlines:

Inter Milan closes in on Dalbert

Dalbert Henrique will undergo a medical with Inter Milan this week before finalizing a $23.4m move from OGC Nice, according to Daily Star.

Inter Milan have been keen to make sure their plans to land the Brazilian continue “uninterrupted” and now he is set to finalize the move to San Siro before the end of this week. Dalbert Henrique, 23, impressed in OGC Nice's third place finish last term and the Ligue 1 club have been desperate to make sure he stays put, but the defender wants the switch to Italy and has been “key” making sure the deal crosses the line this summer.

Juventus make one last attempt to lure Can

According to JuveFC, Italian champions Juventus are ready to launch one last attempt to sign Liverpool's Emre Can this summer. Juventus are said to be heavily linked with the Germany international throughout this summer transfer window but have so far found the Red Merseysiders reluctant to part ways with the versatile midfielder.

However, it remains to be seen whether the Premier League giants can continue to “thwart” Juve and hang on to Emre Can beyond the end of this summer transfer window. Emre Can, 23, made a total of forty Premier League appearances for Liverpool last term bagging five goals and established himself as an integral part of Jurgen Klopp's first team roster at Anfield.

Juan Foyth agrees personal terms with Paris Saint-Germain

PSG appear to be close to snapping up Estudiantes center back Juan Foyth, according to Football London. Tottenham Hotspur had been favorite to land the promising defender but the deal reportedly stalled due to both parties being unable to agree on personal terms. And now, Paris Saint-Germain have now reached an agreement with the Argentina youth international.

At just 19, Juan Foyth's potentials have been apparently lauded, and he is now set to take the next step in his career by moving to Europe. The move is expected to be completed this week and Juan Foyth will be added to the ranks at the Parisian club.