AC Milan are keen on Sevilla manager Unai Emery and the club's Colombian striker Carlos Bacca, according to reports in Italy.
Emery saw his side's unbeaten home record ended by Real Madrid on Saturday night, with Bacca scoring from the penalty spot in the 3-2 defeat.
And Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport say Milan would like the pair at the San Siro next season.
The European giants are currently not hitting the heights they've previously hit in their history and see Emery as the man to restore some stability.
The former Valencia manager led Sevilla to the Europa League last season and could still retain that title again this year.
He also has Sevilla fighting for a place in next season's Champions League.
They could join Europe's elite by beating Valencia to fourth spot, or by winning the Europe League, which is now basis for qualification to the Champions League.
Bacca has scored 20 goals in La Liga this season, with only Neymar (21), Antoine Griezmann (22), Lionel Messi (40) and Cristiano Ronaldo (42) netting more.