Brazilian custodian keen on Italy return.
QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar has played up recent stories linking him with a summer move to Roma but has admitted that any decision is far from being made, according to Sky Sports.
The former Inter Milan stopper is currently linked up with the national side to compete in the Confederations Cup and though he has admitted that his focus lies there for the time being, he is aware of the continuing speculation surrounding his future.
The 33-year-old is expected to be one of a number of high profile players heading for the exit at QPR this summer following their relegation from the Premier League and Serie A side Roma are now thought to be lining him up as a replacement for Maarten Stekelenburg, who recently joined Fulham.
And the custodian has welcomed the link, after reiterating his desire to continue playing at the top level for as long as possible.
“I’m happy to hear about the Roma interest,” he said.
“But at the moment I don’t want to talk about my future. I am only thinking about Brazil.
“I’m happy at the moment. After everything that happened at Inter, my career has changed a lot.
“But I’m here at the moment and QPR will decide my future as well.