Julio Cesar is looking for a route out of Queens Park Rangers in January and admits he may take the decision to return to Brazil.
The experienced goalkeeper has spent the last eight-and-a-half years in Europe, with seven of those spent at Serie A giants Inter Milan.
He took the decision to move to England in August 2012, but suffered relegation out of the Premier League during his debut campaign at Loftus Road.
QPR have now moved in a different direction and are keen to get big earners off their wage bill.
Cesar is prepared to move on, with a home World Cup next summer very much in his thoughts, and is currently exploring all of his options.
Various clubs have been linked with an approach for his services, but the 34-year-old has revealed that he could be tempted to head home - with Sao Paulo reported to be keen.
Cesar told UOL: "I am now in talks with some clubs, but nothing official. Let's see what happens.
"The transfer window opens in January, so we have until January to talk and continue with my work."
Despite being frozen out at QPR, Cesar has retained the No.1 jersey for his country and is grateful for the support shown to him by national coach Luiz Felipe Scolari and his staff.
He added: "What the national team staff have been doing for me is amazing. I have to thank them a lot and now it is my turn to help them.
"I now have to find a team. I know they have placed huge trust in me and I have to play."