PSG target City and Liverpool strikers

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Former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has added Luis Suarez and Edin Dzeko to his transfer wish-list as he looks to add a top-name striker to his club, according to The Metro.

PSG, currently sitting second in Ligue 1 behind Montpellier, have been linked with a number of Europe's elite goal-getters, including Real Madrid's Gonzalo Higuain and Valencia's Roberto Soldado.

However, rumours regarding possible summer exits for Dzeko and Suarez have alerted the Parisian outfit, who have the money to spend this year after their Qatari takeover.

The Premier League pair have emerged as possible targets for the French side as Ancelotti looks to build a side capable of taking on Europe's best in the Champions League next season.

Suarez has been linked with a move away from Anfield since he received an eight-match for racially abusing Manchester United's Patrice Evra. However, the South American frontman has insisted that he intends to stay put and Kenny Dalglish has signalled his desire to keep hold of the talented player.

City striker Edin Dzeko has also been rumoured with a possible move away from the Premier League as he slips further down the pecking order at the Etihad Stadium. 

Citizens chief Roberto Mancini is believed to be willing to listen to offers for the Bosnian frontman, and Serie 'A' leaders Juventus are thought to be interested in snapping up the striker.

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