Another player moving to the arch rivals? Welcome aboard!
Italian newspaper Il Corriere della Sera has learned that Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Julio Cesar looks likely to leave the club in the summer and head back to Italy to join Milan. The Brazilian was surprisingly allowed to leave Inter and he has since proved his worth in England’s top flight.
Cesar’s impressive showings were not enough to help QPR escape the relegation zone and the experienced keeper is widely tipped to leave Rangers unless they can miraculously avoid the drop.
It has been reported that it is Inter’s city rival Milan, who want the 33-year-old to replace Christian Abbiati, whose contract is set to expire at the end of the current campaign. A move to Inter’s arch rivals would be a perfect way for Cesar to get revenge on his former employers for the lack of faith in his services.
The Italian newspaper claims that there is already a “pre-agreement'” between Milan and Cesar. If the transfer is completed, he will become the second Brazilian goalkeeper at the Italian club, joining Gabriel, who came from Cruzeiro.
The Brazilian ‘keeper has proved that he can still perform at a very high level and he is likely to be interested in returning to the biggest stage.
Julio Cesar won 14 major honors during his seven years with Inter, including five Serie A titles, three Coppa Italias and the Champions League.