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AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi has raised the possibility that the Rossoneri might launch an audacious bid for Ronaldo if they win the Scudetto.

The Italian prime minister also said he would try to retain the services of Andrea Pirlo and Clarence Seedorf should they successfully wrest the title back from rivals Inter Milan.

Milan are currently three points clear of Napoli at the top of the Serie A table and recently crushed Inter 3-0 in the San Siro, but they will face an uphill task to sign Ronaldo, who moved to Real Madrid for £80 million in the summer of 2009.

"Dreaming isn't forbidden, and sometimes dreams come true," Berlusconi told Italian TV channel Italia 7 Gold. "In the next transfer period, if we win the league title, we will be buying one or two big names. If we signed Ronaldo, I think it would make everyone happy.

"The opportunity of adding a champion like Ronalo to this team will undoubtedly please our fans, but the team will definitely be stronger and more competitive."

Ronaldo has enjoyed a stellar season with Madrid, scoring 28 goals in 28 La Liga games. Berlusconi also said Milan would try to persuade veteran midfielders Pirlo and Seedorf to extend their stay in Milan.

He added: "If we win the Scudetto, in the next transfer market we will add one or two champions considering that some players will leave. I also hope that players like (Andrea) Pirlo and (Clarence) Seedorf can remain at Milan next year.''


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