Reports in the peninsula suggest that Inter wing-back Cesar Aparecido will move to San Siro rivals Milan at the end of the season.
The Brazilian has impressed when given the chance and has made 12 starts so far this term, but he has been banished to the bench for long periods of an injury-blighted season.
Cesar’s contract with the Nerazzurri expires this summer and the Corriere dello Sport insists that the 34-year-old is keen for a fresh start in Italy’s fashion capital.
Milan are looking to reinforce their squad this summer after a disappointing campaign and are reportedly ready to start the rebuilding process by raiding their neighbours.
Since signing for Inter from Lazio in 2006, Cesar has been loaned to Livorno and Brazilian outfit Corinthians and Roberto Mancini seems to view the Sao Paulo native as a utility player rather than a first-team regular.
Meanwhile, reports from MilanNews state that the Rossoneri are considering an offer for Arsenal’s defensive star Emmanuel Eboué.
Massimo Oddo has struggled in recent weeks in the right-back position and Marcos Cafu is approaching the end of his career.