Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp has revealed he is willing to let Julio Cesar leave the club on a free in January, with Manchester City interested in the goalkeeper. Redknapp knows that Cesar needs regular football if he has any chance of playing in the World Cup for Brazil next summer, but has opted to keep Robert Green in goal due to fantastic form, keeping nine clean sheets in the Championship. Green looks to remain in goal QPR, but Redknapp did admit that he was surprised no teams came in for him in the summer transfer window. The Brazilian looks set to leave Rangers on a free in January to relieve themselves of his high wages, with Man City monitoring the situation ever since Joe Hart was recently dropped following a series of mistakes. "We wouldn't stand in Julio's way and we aren't asking a fee for him," Redknapp said, quoted by the Fulham Chronicle. "He needs to play and he could play anywhere for any team. He's just been unlucky. "Rob's been fantastic and I can't take him out of the team. "However, Julio's a great guy, and he needs to play soon, so he can play in the World Cup."
Man City handed Julio Cesar boost as QPR willing to release him on free
Daily Star | Nov 20