Reports in the Evening Standard suggest that Paris Saint-Germain's eccentric striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic could potentially make a surprise move to Real Madrid this summer. Los Blancos' former president Ramon Calderon wrote on his official Twitter account on Monday; "Ibrahimovic finishes his contract next year and is a great player with a huge pull at the Bernabeu. many chances of it happening." The Swedish striker, who formerly played for Real Madrid's fierce rivals Barcelona, only has a year remaining on his contract at the Parc des Princes - which has reportedly alerted new Los Blancos boss Rafael Benitez. Ibrahimovic has played for the likes of Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan and AC Milan during his illustrious 16-year playing career. Despite being 33-years-old now, many believe the Sweden captain is still more than capable of doing a job at the highest level. Ibra has a stunning record in French football, netting a superb 75 goals in just 91 Ligue 1 games. Juventus forward Fernando Llorente is another striker who has been tipped with a move to the Spanish capital recently. However, Calderon believes a move for Ibrahimovic is more likely to happen. If Madrid can get a deal done to bring PSG's star striker to the Bernabeu this summer, then it could turn out to be a good move for all parties involved.