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Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic says it would be "great news" and a "dream" if Jose Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo were to join him at the club next summer.

• Mourinho: I'm not bound for PSG

Persistent rumours in Spain have linked both the Real Madrid coach and the team's talisman with a move to the Qatari-backed Ligue 1 side. Mourinho's regular rows with his dressing-room and Ronaldo's ongoing 'unhappiness' regarding his contract situation have been seen as offering PSG an ideal opportunity to pounce.

And the French club's current biggest star Ibrahimovic says he would welcome the pair with open arms.

"That would be great news for any team as Mourinho is a great coach, among the best in the world, and Cristiano Ronaldo is also among the best players around," Zlatan told Marca. "But at the moment that is not the reality. People can dream about their arrival and speculate, but until it happens you cannot give an answer."

The Sweden international also revealed his feelings about the decision of his former coach Pep Guardiola to take charge at Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich next season. Ibrahimovic, who did not always see eye to eye with Guardiola during their season together at Barcelona, believes the Catalan coach's choice of new club has given him a chance to repeat his past success.

"It is his personal decision, what he thinks he should do," he said. "I think that is the most important. It is a good opportunity that he can take advantage of. It is a big club, with great players and an impressive structure and organisation. The German mentality is different. He has the same opportunity to repeat the work he did in Barcelona. He will be at one of the five best teams in the world."

PSG face La Liga side Valencia in the Champions League last 16 next month, and Ibrahimovic is expecting a close encounter over the two legs.

"Valencia play good football," he said. "We must be careful. The first game at the Mestalla will be very important. They are a tough team and we must be very focused. Little details will decide the tie."


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