ROME - Inter Milan are willing to sell Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the right price, the club's chief executive Ernesto Paolillo told La Gazzetta dello Sport's website on Thursday.
"Everything can happen at the right price," Paolillo said. "Ibra's value is not less than Kaka's and could be around that of Cristiano Ronaldo."
According to media reports Real paid AC Milan around 68 million euros for Brazil playmaker Kaka and bought Ronaldo from Manchester United for 80 million pounds.
Ibrahimovic, 27, Serie A's top scorer last season, has been linked to Barcelona and Chelsea after expressing his frustration at champions Inter.