Brazilian goalkeeper refuses to be drawn on exit speculation.
Queens Park Rangers’ Julio Cesar has refused to be drawn on speculation linking him with a move away from the club according to Sky Sports.
The London club pulled off somewhat of a coup when they announced the highly-rated Brazilian was joining the club on a free transfer from Inter Milan last summer.
Cesar has put in a number of good performances for QPR but that has not been enough to prevent them from being firmly rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table.
The club are currently facing the prospect of relegation from the Premier League as they are currently seven points from safety with just seven games left to play.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp is thought to be big admirer of the goalkeeper but knows he can also draw on the talents of former England stopper Robert Green should Cesar leave the club.
Cesar refused to be drawn on speculation regarding a possible summer exit from the club insisting he was focused on helping QPR avoid relegation to the Championship.
But should the club find themselves in the likely position of being relegated, a move back to Italy appears to be on the cards for the Brazilian, with former club Inter Milan and their city rivals AC Milan keen to sign the player.