Cesar denies Arsenal deal is done but admits Premier League wish

Julio Cesar’s agent has dismissed reports that the former Inter Milan keeper has left relegated QPR and signed for Arsenal, though the Gunners are still expected to get their man this summer, according to The Daily Mail.

Reports in Italy had suggested that the Brazilian had signed a two year contract at the Emirates worth around £4m per season, but Josias Cardoso denied that the deal had been done.

However, with Cesar keen to leave Rangers and play next season in the Premier League again, coupled with the fact that he and his family are settled and happy in London, Arsenal remain prime contenders for his signature.

Speaking ahead of Brazil’s friendly with England on Sunday afternoon, Cesar said: “I want to stay in England. I am enjoying London and I love the Premier League,” and admitted that he was in negotiations with other clubs to ensure he can achieve his wish of staying in the top flight.

“There are indeed talks with some teams, but nothing definitive,” he continued. “This is the Confederations Cup moment, I have to focus on doing good work for the national team.

“I won’t name the teams as it would not be ethical since I am under contract with Queens Park Rangers. I let people responsible for my career deal with it.”

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