Inter Milan goalkeeper Julio Cesar has made it clear that he is happy at the club despite rumours linking him with summer shifts to Manchester United and AS Roma. The Brazil international, who is co-owned by Inter and Bologna, was being linked with a San Siro departure but recent comments suggest that he will remain in Italy at least for a little while.
"It's true that Roma were interested in me. They sent out some feelers, but I decided to stay at Inter until my contract expires in 2014," he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"I have no intention of leaving the Nerazzurri, because in August I want to beat Milan in the Italian Super Cup and then take back the Scudetto," he added.
"Before 2014, I want to lift the Champions League again. The truth is I have the enthusiasm of a child and am determined to start for Brazil in the World Cup we host in 2014. To achieve that, I need to keep winning for Inter, so I'm hunting for another treble."