Inter Milan goalkeeper Julio Cesar has rubbished reports he will leave the club this summer as they close on the signing of Udinese goalkeeper Samir Handanovic.
Cesar, 32, has been linked with a move away from the San Siro and Udinese confirmed on Thursday that they had agreed a deal to sell Handanovic to Inter.
Brazil international Cesar, however, does not see the imminent arrival of the Slovenian as a threat to his career at Inter.
"I have a contract until 2014,'' he told Sky Italia. "I will stay and play for my position. Inter have a great squad.
"Handanovic is a good goalkeeper. This would be the best for us as we would have three great goalkeepers. If he joins Inter, it is only because he is good.''
Handanovic, 27, meanwhile, has spoken of his excitement at his impending move to Inter, where he is expected to sign a four-year contract.
"I wanted to join a great club,'' Handanovic told Sky Italia. "I'm very happy to have arrived at Inter. I would like to thank everyone at Udinese.''
Cesar joined Inter from Chievo in 2006 and is a reported target of Manchester United and Roma.