Legendary Inter goalkeeper Julio Cesar has shared his delight having become the latest goalkeeper to have been inducted into Inter’s Hall of Fame.
The Brazilian shot-stopper has joined 2018 inductee Walter Zenga and 2019 inductee Francesco Toldo in the goalkeeper category of the Hall of Fame, which has been running for three years now.
Cesar joined the club in the Summer of 2005 from fellow Italian side Chievo Verona and spent the next seven years with the club, seven years which were filled with silverware.
Cesar, who retired in April 2018, made 300 appearances across all competitions for the club, in which he kept 128 clean sheets.
In his time with the club, he won no less than 14 trophies, three of which he won as part of Inter’s historic treble winning side in the 2009/10 season.
Upon leaving Inter, Cesar had spells with Queen’s Park Rangers, Toronto FC, Benfica and Flamengo.
Speaking in an interview with Inter’s official club website following his induction, Cesar said: “My heart is full of joy: only you, the Nerazzurri fans, could bring me this gift. I will never stop thanking you, truly, from the bottom of my heart. Forza Inter forever!”