Emirates Stadium or Anfield could be the potential destination for Brazilian goalkeeper.
Premier League trio Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham are all tracking QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar, reports the Daily Express.
The Brazilian stopper has ruled out returning to Brazil following QPR’s relegation on Sunday but his agent, Josias Cardoso, has hinted that he will not stay at Loftus Road to remain in the Championship.
Cesar, 33, arrived at the Hoops in a shock deal from Inter Milan in the summer and is one of the few players to emerge from the club’s nightmare season with his reputation intact.
The agile shot-stopper started 24 games for Harry Redknapp’s side over the course of the season, and was even linked with a shock move to Manchester United in January.
Now though, Champions League hopefuls Spurs and Arsenal, plus Liverpool, are keen on a summer deal for the ageing star.
“Everything said on the player’s future is absolutely premature, there is still nothing concrete,” Cardoso told Calciomercato.
“Julio wants a team that proves it has a focus on him, but anyone interested in him will have to talk first with QPR, because the contract with the London club expires in 2016.
“In two weeks I should come to Europe to talk with Julio – but back to Brazil? I don’t think so. If QPR were to decide to sell Julio Cesar, I still see a European future for him.”
Arsenal are reportedly keen on a new number one to replace Wojciech Szczesny, while Spurs’ current back-up ‘keeper is 40-year-old Brad Friedel.