Barcelona are said to be interested in unsettled Milan striker Carlos Bacca.
Whilst rumours have linked the Colombian to former club Sevilla, Spanish newspaper Diario Gol report that it is not only Los Rojiblancos that have their eye on the Milan frontman.
The 30-year-old was criticised at the end of November for attending a Sevilla game whilst out injured, rather than watching his teammates play Empoli.
The Spanish newspaper reports that Catalan giants Barcelona made tentative enquiries over Bacca in the summer, but instead opted to sign Paco Alcacer from Valencia.
Making just two starts in La Liga along with two Champions League appearances for the Blaugrana, the 23-year-old is yet to score.
This could prompt Barca to offer Alcacer in exchange for Bacca, but Milan are reportedly standing firm on their €30m valuation for the striker.
Milan boss Vincenzo Montella has confirmed that Bacca will miss Monday night's clash with Roma due to injury.