By FOX Sports Staff
Bronzetti is a close aide to Ancelotti and has held talks with the former AC Milan coach over his future.
At PSG, the Italian is set to win his first Ligue 1 title as his side are seven points ahead of Marseille with three games left in the season and they face third-placed Lyon next week.
However, it could be Ancelotti's last trophy with the club as his name has consistently come up in the European press as a candidate to replace Mourinho. The Portuguese has repeatedly hinted at a summer exit following discord within the club and he has confessed to having been unhappy at negative sentiments levelled at him within the Spanish media.
The 53-year-old, however, had been brought to the Qatari-backed club in order to pursue a long-term project that seeks to help the Parisiens become a major force in European footbal. Bronzetti intimated that PSG would therefore not keen on facilitating a move even if Real come knocking with a bumper paycheck for an early release to his contract.
"If Mourinho goes to Chelsea, he's the main name to take over," Bronzetti told Sky Sports.
"Florentino Pérez has already tried to get him twice. He's got a contract with PSG, who want to keep him, but Ancelotti wants to go to Madrid."
PSG have been impressive on the continental front this season as they secured a quarter-final berth in the Champions League but they were dumped out of the competition by Barcelona.