World Cup 2010: Brazil's Julio Cesar Wants To Win Tournament After Inter Treble Triumph

The shot stopper is aiming for the grand prize in South Africa...
Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar has his eyes set on the 2010 World Cup trophy after completing a historic treble with Inter this season.

He made several crucial saves throughout the Nerazzurri's Scudetto, Champions League, and Coppa Italia campaigns and is looking forward to even more success this summer on international duty.

"I'm here to complete this festival, after winning the treble with Inter I even want to finish up by winning the World Cup with Brazil," he told Ansa.

The former Flamengo star has met up with his Selecao team-mates in Curitiba and they will meet with Brazil president Lula before leaving to begin preparations at their training base in South Africa.

"We have been given the opportunity to join the [Brazil] team once they arrived in South Africa, but I preferred to do it now," concluded the 30-year-old.

Cesar helped Brazil win the Confederations Cup in 2009, after they defeated the United States in the final.

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