ARSENAL target Julio Cesar will move to Fiorentina only if the Italians match QPR's asking price according to the goalkeeper's agent.

Cesar is set to leave Loftus Road after only one season with the club and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been weighing up an offer for the Brazilian international.

Josias Cardoso Cesar's agent admitted initial contact has been made with Fiorentina even though he is not directly speaking to the club.

"I've never had direct contact with Fiorentina" he said on Radio Blu.

"But instead I have sent one of my associates to deal with the Viola.

"Up until this point we have not reached a solution with the club for me to have to take part.

"I currently have no appointments with Fiorentina.

"QPR have no problems with the club and will have no problem with the departure of Julio Cesar.

"If Fiorentina doesn't offer the demanded price of €3.2m then there will be no deal.

"The player is willing to wait to find another team.

"Fiorentina must also offer a four-year contract or one spanning at least until 2017."

The Arsenal manager is looking to bolster his goalkeeping options and offer some tough competition to current number one Wojciech Szczesny.

However Cardoso admitted Arsenal would face some stiff competition convincing Cesar from moving back to Italy where he was previously first-choice at Inter Milan.