As the San Francisco 49ers try to get back to the Super Bowl and win it, they’ve got some offseason business to deal with.

Their priority list contains at least three names: Jim Harbaugh, Colin Kaepernick, and Anquan Boldin.

Per a league source, the plans will come into better focus after next week’s Scouting Combine. For now, the goal is to extend Harbaugh and Kaepernick, and to keep Boldin, a looming free agent.

The 49ers and Harbaugh tried to work out an extension to the original five-year deal inked in 2011 last year, but an agreement wasn’t reached. After reports linked Harbaugh to the vacancy at Texas that ultimately was filled by Charlie Strong, it became clear that the 49ers intend to sign Harbaugh to a new deal.

The biggest impediment could be his financial expectations. With his brother, John, making in the neighborhood of $7 million in Baltimore, Jim may want as much or more. There’s also speculation that Jim may want more say over personnel, given reports that emerged last season regarding friction between Harbaugh and G.M. Trent Baalke.