Tuesday, 12th November, 2013

Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar has bemoaned his situation at Championship side QPR and exclaimed he needs to "fix" it when the transfer window swings back open.

Cesar had widely been expected to leave Loftus Road following QPR's relegation from the Premier League at the end of last season and he was linked with a number of clubs.


Arsenal appeared to be leading the charge to keep Cesar in England, something which caused QPR boss Harry Redknapp to urge his opposite number Arsene Wenger to pick up the phone.

From Italy there was interest from Roma, Fiorentina and Napoli, while Portuguese giants Benfica were also linked with a bid.


But Cesar stayed put and, firmly behind Rob Green in the goalkeeping pecking order, has not played all season.

And his frustration is palpable.

"I need to fix my situation in January and so many things can happen", he told Globoesporte.

"The situation is different than in June and now the president is beginning to realise that I am not considered by the coach."

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