Ibrahimovic & Ronaldo pairing a 'realistic possibility' for PSG

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A forward axis of Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Paris Saint-Germain is a 'realistic possibility', according to the agent of the Swedish striker.

Ibrahimovic joined PSG from AC Milan during the summer transfer window, while speculation has been rife this week that the mega-rich French club are looking to sign Ronaldo from Real Madrid.

Reports claim that PSG are ready to make a huge bid to lure former Manchester United ace Ronaldo away from the Santiago Bernabeu, although Parc des Princes chief Leonardo has moved to cool rumours that the Real Madrid forward is a target.

A PSG pairing of Ibrahimovic and Ronaldo would be one to leave defenders quivering and purists purring and, according to the representative of the former, it may not be such an unrealistic prospect.

Mino Raiola says Ibrahimovic and Ronaldo have the potential to form a devastating partnership for PSG, while he believes that Ronaldo leaving Real Madrid for Paris is something that could genuinely happen.

"I am confident that Zlatan and Cristiano could achieve great things together at Paris," Raiola told Le Parisien.

"Great players never have any problems to play together. At Barcelona, Zlatan never had any problems to feature alongside [Lionel] Messi for example. [Pep] Guardiola was the problem at Barca.

"Cristiano Ronaldo to PSG is just a hypothesis for now, but thinking about it is already extraordinary. I believe that it's a realistic possibility. A year ago, it would have been crazy, but not now."

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