Former PSG manager has no intention of bidding for Swedish striker.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti has no intention of bringing Zlatan Ibrahimovic to the Spanish capital according to Spanish newspaper Marca.
The Italian boss left French side PSG, where Ibrahimovic plies his trade, to join Real Madrid this summer in a move that is understood to have unsettled the Ligue 1 champions’ dressing room.
Ibrahimovic is reportedly unhappy that the club allowed Ancelotti to leave and believes club chiefs should have done more to persuade him to stay.
The striker is now thought to be considering his own future at the club and sent his agent Mino Raioola to Spain to feel the water about a possible move to Real.
Ancelotti could well be considering signing a striker this summer with Gonzalo Higuain being strongly linked with both Arsenal and Napoli and question marks lingering over Karim Benzema ability to lead the line.
But the Italian manager may prefer to try and persuade Higuain to stay at the club rather than look at other options.
Even if Higuain leaves, Ancelotti has reportledly claimed that he will stick with Benzema, Morata and Jese as the club’s strike options.
The news is likely to come to the dismay of Ibrahimovic, who may alternatively pursue a move to a club in the Premier League.