Ibrahimovic has been offered to Los Blancos.
Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic wants to join former manager Carlo Ancelotti now the Italian has taken up his new post at Real Madrid, according to Punto Pelota.
The Swede is said to have spoken with his agent Mino Raiola about making the switch the Santiago Bernabeu and is keen to follow Ancelotti to the Spanish giants.
Ibrahimiovic has only been at PSG for one year following an £18.5m switch from AC Milan in the summer of 2012 and was instrumental in the club’s first Ligue 1 title in 17 years, with an impressive haul of 38 goals.
However, the 31-year-old is not avert to playing the journeyman and so far in his career has been at Malmo, Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan and Barcelona, as well as Milan and PSG.
Now it seems Ibrahimovic wants to move to another major European club, having enjoyed playing under Ancelotti and wanting to link-up with him again at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Although this would serve as a blow to the Parisians – who were reeling for some time after the manager’s departure, before appointing Laurent Blanc – their jump to the front of the queue to sign Napoli’s Edison Cavani would certainly cushion the blow.
Despite the fact Ibrahimovic is in his 30s the striker is still potent in-front of goal and has experience of playing in La Liga from the Sweden international’s solitary season at the Nou Camp.
The forward was considered something of a flop in Spain due to his extortionate price-tag but in fact scored 16 league goals in 23 appearances for Barca in 2009/10, before being loaned out to Milan.
Watch Ibrahimovic’s amazing volleyed goal for Sweden earlier this year.