QPR ready to let Man City target leave
Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp has revealed he is ready to let Julio Cesar leave the club.
The Brazilian goalkeeper is desperate for regular first-team football ahead of the World Cup next summer.
Cesar is currently behind Robert Green in the pecking order at QPR. Cesar signed a four-year contract when he joined QPR in 2012, but he has recently been strongly linked with a move to Manchester City.
"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."
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