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 By Chris Borg

Transfer Talk: Manchester United set to beat City to Shakhtar's Fred

Clubs are slowly turning their eyes toward the summer window. Transfer Talk has updates on all the latest rumours.

United sharpen Fred focus

Manchester United are intensifying their interest in one-time Manchester City target Fred as Jose Mourinho plans a midfield overhaul, the Manchester Evening News reports.

It says United are "pushing to conclude a deal" for the 25-year-old Shakhtar Donetsk player, strongly linked with their neighbours during the winter.

City "are believed to have ended their interest in Fred, and United made contact with the Brazilian's representatives after the January window closed," the report adds.

Mourinho wants to add two midfielders, with United scouts having also watched Borussia Dortmund's Christian Pulisic and Julian Weigl and Napoli's Jorginho.

Meanwhile, the United manager is considering defensive moves, with the Guardian saying he wants both a new right-back and a new left-back.

The left-back in the frame is Tottenham's Danny Rose, a reported target last year, with United "hopeful" that a deal for the England international can be done.

A successful pursuit of Rose would mean United considering bids for Luke Shaw, but the Guardian adds that Shaw "may run down a contract that ends in July 2019 in order to leave as a free agent."

Chelsea won't part with Morata or Bakayoko

Neither Alvaro Morata nor Tiemoue Bakayoko will leave Chelsea in the summer unless they say they want to, the Telegraph reports.

It says the Stamford Bridge hierarchy are "determined to learn from having cast Kevin De Bruyne and Mohamed Salah aside too soon" and will give striker Morata and midfielder Bakayoko more time to prove themselves in London.

Morata has been linked with a return to Juventus, while Bakayoko's old club Monaco are reportedly keen to offer him the chance to come back.

But the Telegraph says "Chelsea have no desire to sell either and are optimistic both can be important first-team players next season and justify their big transfer fees."

Bakayoko cost Chelsea £39.7 million when he moved from Ligue 1, while an initial £57 million was spent to bring Morata from Real Madrid.

City keep tabs on promising Paranaense defender

Manchester City could target Atletico Paranaense defender Lucas Halter but face competition from Atletico Madrid and Roma, according to the Mirror.

Centre-back Halter, 17, is a Brazil under-20 international who has won acclaim for his ability on the ball and composure in defence, and the Mirror says City boss Pep Guardiola "may be set to raid the South American market again."

But Halter, the Paranaense youth captain, has also been monitored by Atletico and Roma after attracting positive reports during his involvement with the Brazilian club's first-team set-up.

Tap-ins

-- Leicester are targeting Porto right-back Ricardo Pereira as manager Claude Puel prepares for a shake-up.

The Mirror reports that Puel, who worked with Portugal international Pereira at Nice, would be willing to pay around £22 million to sign him and also remains interested in midfielder Jack Grealish, who is chasing promotion to the Premier League with Aston Villa.

-- Anyone hoping to sign West Ham teenager Declan Rice is set to be disappointed, with the London Evening Standard saying he will be offered a new contract.

Rice, 19, who can play in defence or midfield, has impressed since he broke into the first-team picture in East London and the club want to give him an improved long-term deal.

-- Paris Saint-Germain defender Dani Alves has played down speculation regarding a return to Barcelona after he spoke fondly of his former club in a recent interview.

Speaking with TV Globo, the Brazil international had said that "if Barca called, I would go back there tomorrow."

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