The Corriere della Sera is today suggesting that Milan are looking to sign former Inter ‘keeper Julio Cesar.
The Brazilian was shown the door by Inter in the summer and subsequently moved to England with QPR.
However, the newspaper is adamant that the veteran is on the verge of a return to San Siro as the Diavolo shake-up their goalkeeping options.
The 33-year-old’s potential arrival will see Marco Amelia leave the club. While current first choice Christian Abbiati’s contract expires at the end of the season.
QPR are in the relegation zone and eight points away from safety.
Cesar, who joined Inter in 2005 from Flamengo, won 14 trophies with the Beneamata – including the historic treble in 2010.
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