Queens Park Rangers will allow goalkeeper and Arsenal target Julio Cesar to leave for £2.75m, according to the player's agent Josias Cardoso.
It was confirmed earlier in the summer that the Brazil international will leave Loftus Road to join a top flight club. The former Inter Milan No.1 was heavily linked to the Gunners and Napoli but those rumours have now gone cold.
Fiorentina are the latest club linked with a move to Cesar. Cardoso stated QPR are ready to do business with any club who are ready to match their £2.75m asking price for the 33-year-old but insists the suitor should also offer the stopper a four year contract, for the deal to go through.
"QPR would have no problem letting him go to Fiorentina or to any other club, but if the €3.2 million don't arrive then it's difficult to close the deal. The move can be made only if we are offered a four-year contract," Cardoso stressed.
"He has a contract with QPR until 2016, so it has to match that date. The length of the contract could compensate for a difference in wages, but if it expired earlier than 2016 then it would be pointless," he added.
Cardoso claims Cesar would love to join the Viola but admitted there have been no negotiations between the two parties so far regarding a potential deal.
"Julio Cesar likes Fiorentina, so they could be the right team for him to target a World Cup spot. I never made direct contact with Fiorentina, but I did send a close friend to speak to the Viola. For now there is no news," the agent pointed out.
Fiorentina sporting director Daniele Prade recently rejected reports that he has already held talks with QPR for the services of Cesar.
"I have never contacted QPR for Julio Cesar. I want to deny the rumours that you may have read in the newspapers," the Italian said.