Carlo Ancelotti has said he would welcome Cristiano Ronaldo to PSG with open arms if the club could prise him away from Real Madrid and talked up the potential of a partnership with current star Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Ronaldo's future at Madrid has been called into doubt in recent weeks, with the Portuguese star's revelation that he has been experiencing "sadness" at the Bernabeu.
PSG, bankrolled by wealthy Qatari owners, are among the few clubs in the world who could realistically afford Ronaldo - who is believed to earn £200,000 a week and have a £100 million buyout clause in his contract.
And while Ancelotti recognises that actually pushing through a transfer for the former Manchester United forward would be difficult, he would love the opportunity to partner Ronaldo with current PSG talisman Ibrahimovic.
"I don't know if it is a transfer the club could do. Ronaldo is the symbol of Real Madrid. But which coach could state he doesn't want Cristiano Ronaldo?" Ancelotti told L'Equipe.
"I believe he could play with Ibra without any trouble. Anyway they have the qualities to play together.
"I don't think it could set any trouble of egos. At Milan, I had a lot of players with strong characters, and we built an amazing team."
PSG have spent more than £160 million in the past two seasons on assembling a talented squad - led by Ibrahimovic and also including Thiago Silva, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Javier Pastore.