Arsenal target Julio Cesar doesn’t seem keen on joining the Gunners this summer because he has been repeatedly asked by journalists and associates where he will be next season to which he has claimed that he won’t be joining the North London club.
Cesar has been QPR’s best player all season despite not being able to save them from relegation. He has been injured at times and Robert Green has had a fantastic season when called upon but the Brazilian has been nearly immaculate in goal.
The signing of Cesar, who is a champions league winning world goalkeeper of the year 2010 was a great boost to QPR at the start of the season and people in the footballing world expected them to have a good season with the likes of him in the team.
Arsenal have been searching for a new goalkeeper for the last few months and Julio Cesar was one of the first names on the list. Arsene Wenger would be very interested in him because of his experience, leadership and ability between the sticks.
Despite the interest in Cesar, he himself has never expressed any interest in joining Arsenal and continues to reject any reports linking him with the club. He said earlier in the season that he would like to stay in England if a top club were to snap him up because his family likes it here and Harry Redknapp has told him that he can leave QPR to move wherever he wants.
Cesar will want to prove his worth to the Brazilian management over the next year so he can secure the goalkeeper position in the Brazil squad for the 2014 World Cup which is of course in Brazil.
He only recently regained his place in the squad because of his outstanding performances for QPR and he will be able to secure the position permanently if he carries his good form into next season while playing in a top league such as the Premier League.