There’s more Arsenal related news in the Football Transfer Tavern after goalkeeping target Julio Cesar admitted that he had negotiations with a Premier League club about remaining in England next season.
John Cross from The Mirror explains to wide-eyed punters that Cesar will be allowed to leave relegated side QPR on the cheap in order for the Loftus Road-based club to remove his massive £70-000-a-week wages from the books and he understands that the Gunners have shown firm interest as a they look for a new first choice keeper.
The 33-year-old Brazil international, who is set to face England on Sunday at the renovated Maracana, is eager to land a place in his national team for the 2014 World Cup but could be interested in a move back to Brazil to help him do so also.
“I am in negotiations with other clubs in England and from other countries but there’s still not been anything definitive,” said Cesar.
“I am concentrating on Brazil, I still have a deal with QPR, but I also know I have to prove that I should be in the squad for the World Cup in 2014.”
Cesar will be back in competitive action during the Confederations Cup that kicks off in June.
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