Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar has confirmed reports suggesting that he will leave Inter this summer.
The experienced keeper was heavily linked with a summer exit even before the Neroazzurri signed Samir Handanovic from Udinese, while it became clear that he will leave the club when he was left out of Inter’s pre-season squad.
The 32-year-old is now set to have his contract at Giuseppe Meazza rescinded and the resolution is expected in the next few days.
“They have been seven beautiful and successful years but, in a few days, my adventure in the Inter shirt will end,” the Brazilian posted on his official Facebook account.
Julio Cesar began his career at Flamengo and spent seven years there before joining Chievo on a free transfer in January 2005.
The keeper joined Inter after spending just six months at Bentegodi and has proved to be an instant hit at Giuseppe Meazza.
Cesar made 226 Serie A appearances during seven seasons at Inter and was part of the team that won five straight league titles in Italy.