Ancelotti comments on proposed Cristiano Ronaldo transfer from Real Madrid

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Former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti says he could easily make from for Cristiano Ronaldo alongside Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Paris Saint-Germain, were the Real Madrid star to leave the Santiago Bernabeu.

Ronaldo is being linked with a move away from Real Madrid to mega-rich Paris Saint-Germain, who are also reported to be interested in acquiring the services of Los Blancos boss Jose Mourinho.

PSG spent big to bring Ibrahimovic to the Parc des Princes from AC Milan during the summer transfer window, and could now attempt to create one of the most devastating partnerships ever seen with the signing of Ronaldo.

Trying to accomodate both Ibrahimovic and Ronaldo in the same team would be a dilemma any manager would love, and it could seemingly become a realistic propspect for PSG.

And, says Ancelotti, he would have no problem finding a place for Ronaldo next to Ibrahimovic, if PSG are able to lure the former Manchester United star away from Real Madrid.

"Today, I am sure [Jeremy] Menez, [Zlatan] Ibrahimovic, [Kevin] Gameiro and [Guillaume] Hoarau can all play well together," Ancelotti told RMC Sport.

"If [Cristiano] Ronaldo comes, Ibrahimovic will also be here. I have to find a good combination for both of them to play together."

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