AC Milan's sacking of Leonardo hasn't ended their relationship with Brazilian football.
Rossoneri vice-president Adriano Galliani has discussed a swap with new Juve GM Beppe Marotta involving striker Marco Borriello. Galliani is so serious about signing Melo, he is also willing to table a straight cash bid.
Meanwhile, Sevilla's star striker Luis Fabiano has made a 'come and get me' plea to Milan.
"I want to play with Ronaldinho," said the Brazil international striker.
"He and Pato are two teammates and two friends. And I could change teams after the World Cup. In Spain they have written many nasty things about me. I still have a year on my contract, but I will speak with the president (Jose Maria del Nido) about my situation."