QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar has confirmed he is to leave the relegated club in the summer, but was coy on a future destination.
A string of clubs are reportedly interested in the Brazil international, with AC Milan hoping to lure the former Inter man. Cesar has recently won his place back in Luiz Felipe Scolari’s Brazil side and is reportedly keen to avoid playing in the Championship with the Rs and risk his spot at the World Cup on home soil, but he refused to comment on details of a summer switch.
"It is confidential," Cesar told Sportv. "My future today is a question mark. I have three more years on my contract, but the manager has already made it clear that it will be hard for me to stay at the club. I am happy he thinks that way, it is a sign that my work is being recognized. I dedicated as much as I could to QPR."
With QPR set to play its final Premier League game before demotion, Cesar has revealed that manager Harry Redknapp will afford him a start as the club looks to avoid last place.
"[Redknapp] had told me that I wouldn't start any more games as I won't be staying at the club," Cesar said. "Now he has asked me to play the last game, and that makes me happy. I will try to play well and do my best."
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