Rumours that Kimi Raikkonen will return to Ferrari next year is gathering pace with a Finnish paper claiming it's a done deal.
Mark Webber's decision to quit from Formula One at the end of this season has opened the door for a game of musical chairs over the next few months.
Red Bull initially announced that Lotus driver Raikkonen as well as Toro Rosso duo Jean-Eric Vergne and Daniel Ricciardo were on the shortlist to replace Webber, but Ferrari's Fernando Alonso has also entered the fray in recent weeks.
Although double World Champion Alonso has a long-term deal with the Scuderia, Red Bull team owner Dietrich Mateschitz is apparently eager to bring the Spaniard to Milton Keynes where he will partner with Sebastian Vettel.
With Alonso now appearing to be Red Bull's number one target, Ferrari have reportedly turned their attention to Raikkonen.
The Finn drove won his only World Championship during his debut season with Ferrari in 2007 and he drove for them until he was paid off at the end of 2009 to make way for Alonso.
According to Ilta-Sanomat, their sources have confirmed that Raikkonen has decided to move back to Ferrari next year.
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