AC Milan may reportedly make an approach for Borussia Monchengladbach manager Marco Rose at the end of the season.
While uncertainty remains over the resumption of Serie A, speculation persists that Stefano Pioli will be removed from his position in the San Siro dugout.
According to Tuttosport, this has led to Milan contemplating a move for Rose, who has enjoyed an excellent first campaign in the Bundesliga.
After a successful period at Red Bull Salzburg, the 43-year-old has guided Monchengladbach into third position in Germany's top flight.
Meanwhile, Milan sit in seven place in Italy's equivalent, leaving them in a battle to secure European football for next season.
Red Bull's head of sport Ralf Rangnick may reportedly be in line to take up a role behind the scenes at Milan.