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Ronaldo set for explosive Italian move – Prime Minister

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Italian Prime Minister and AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi has told reporters that superstar Cristiano Ronaldo could be moving to AC if the Italian giants win the Serie A title.

"If we win the scudetto then the next transfer window will see us add one or two great players, and one of those could be Ronaldo," Berlusconi said.

"If we were able to add Ronaldo to our squad I think it would please everybody. Sometimes dreams come true."

AC Milan are currently top of the Serie A table, and are three points clear of second placed Napoli. Should they win the Scudetto, it will be their first since 2004.

AC Milan currently have star Zlatan Ibrahimovic who moved from Barcelona at the start of the season, but the Swedish international has had numerous disciplinary problems.

Just last weekend, when AC Milan faced Florentina, Ibrahimovic was sent off for swearing, leaving Berlusconi saying to Italian media, "did I throw my money away?"

Real Madrid will be keen to hold on to Ronaldo, who has starred for the Spanish giants this season. But should AC be able to offer Real Madrid the right sum of money, and Berlusconi certainly has the available cash, the Real Madrid star might be tempted to move.

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