Everton Football Club target Nikola Kalinic has agreed personal terms with AC Milan, according to reports in Italy. Elsewhere, Inter Milan are set to beat Arsenal to the signing of Nice defender Dalbert Henrique, while Arsenal right back Carl Jenkinson is mulling over three offers from Italy. Here's a complete report of the latest transfer updates:

Inter Milan close in on Nikola Kalinic

According to Ghana Soccernet, Inter Milan are in the front of the queue to sign Nikola Kalinic after agreeing personal terms with him. The Croatia international has reportedly agreed in principle a four year deal at Inter Milan worth about $65,000 per week.

The Italian club must now agree on a transfer fee with Fiorentina for the 22-year-old as their opening offer of about $26million has been “deemed” too low. Nikola Kalinic has already snubbed a big money move to China, while Premier League club Everton FC sees him as an ideal replacement for Romelu Lukaku. Kalinic bagged fifteen Serie A goals with Fiorentina, and he is now a wanted man by several clubs this summer

Inter Milan set to tie up a deal for Dalbert Henrique

Dalbert Henrique has been linked with a move to Arsenal and Inter Milan after asking to leave OGC Nice this summer But, according to the Sun, Inter Milan have finally now won the race for the Brazilian, and they are expected to tie up a deal for Dalbert this week.

Inter Milan are said to be willing to pay around $22.3million plus bonuses for the left back and Dalbert is expected to sign a long term deal with the club Dalbert Henrique was in a fine form in the French Ligue 1 last term, and he was extensively linked with a move to Tottenham Hotspur. As well as Dalbert, it is also suggested that Inter Milan are on the verge of sealing up a $26million move for Fiorentina winger Matias Vecino.

Three Serie A clubs leads chase to sign Carl Jenkinson

Carl Jenkinson has been linked with a permanent move to newly-promoted Premier League club Brighton and Hove Albion, but now it seemingly appears he could be heading to Italy this summer. The right back in fact has three lucrative offers on the table from three Italian Serie A club sides, according to the Sun.

Chievo Verona, Sassuolo and Cagliari are all said to have an interest in the England international, and they have already contacted Arsenal Football Club over a deal for the right back. Carl Jenkinson is likely to leave Arsenal after falling down the pecking order under boss Arsene Wenger.