The Brazilian shot-stopper is reportedly on his way out of San Siro after a disappointing two years, and his spouse says the club need to show more loyalty to the player
The Beneamata are reportedly ready to replace the Brazilian with Udinese custodian Samir Handanovic and Susana Werner took to Twitter to remind the club that her husband has been a key player at San Siro for many years.
"There needs to be respect for people, for everything Julio has always done and won," Werner tweeted.
"Inter made history in 2010... Thanks to all the fans."
Julio Cesar, who has two years left on his deal with Inter, has struggled for form and fitness in the last few seasons, and was withdrawn from the club's tour of Indonesia in May because of an elbow injury.