The Italian media have no doubt that Massimo Cellino is the new owner of Leeds United and are tipping him to begin his reign by bringing in one of two international goalkeepers.
Cellino is currently in charge of hometown club Cagliari but there have been reports that he has become frustrated by the way the Sardinians are performing.
The fiery entrepreneur, who lives in Miami, attempted to buy West Ham before David Gold and David Sullivan took over, but he now seems to have entered the world of English football.
Former Inter No 1 Cesar is still chasing a place in Brazil's World Cup squad despite being QPR's third choice.
The talented shot stopper admitted he was excited by the possibility of joining Cagliari when Cellino declared his interest in him, but now his destination may be Yorkshire instead.
Italian international Viviano is a reserve at Arsenal and may welcome the chance to play regular first-team football.
Cellino will know the giant 28-year-old's abilities having seen him play in Italy for various clubs including Fiorentina and Brescia.
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