Julio Cesar is reportedly prepared to terminate his contract with Inter so that he can join Roma on a free transfer.
The goalkeeper is not a part of the Nerazzurri’s plans for this season and was dropped from the UEFA squad list for the Europa League preliminary round against Hajduk Split.
Julio Cesar has long been linked with a move to Roma, but his wages on top of a transfer fee are proving to be a problem.
According to Sky Sport Italia, negotiations are currently underway between his agents and Inter to agree a mutual termination of the contract.
It’s a similar deal to the one that saw Lucio leave the Nerazzurri to join Juventus on a free transfer.
On paper this may seem like a bad deal for Inter, but the weight of their wages surpass any transfer fee that would come in.
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