QPR keeper Julio Cesar is focussing on Brazil but hints at a summer switch.
Arsenal target Julio Cesar has admitted is in talks about a move away from QPR this summer.
The Brazilian goalkeeper is widely expected to leave Loftus Road following the Hoops relegation.
The Gunners have been linked with a move for the former Inter Milan star and the 33-year-old says he is currently in talks with more than one interested party.
“I don’t know. There are indeed talks with some teams, but nothing definitive,” Cesar is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
The Brazil international is currently with the national squad and has stressed that his focus is on the Selecao rather than a transfer away from west London.
“This is the Confederations Cup moment, I have to focus on doing a 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.”
Cesar won the Champions League with Inter before joining the Hoops this summer. The experienced stopper made 24 Premier League appearances and impressed, despite a miserable season in which the club won just four games all season.
Cesar is expected to feature in the Confederations Cup and says it is great preparation for the 2014 World Cup in his homeland.
He said: “I am proud to be with the national team after having some difficulties. My career is in a new path since I left Inter Milan, with delicate situations.
“But there is a dream of being world champions with Brazil. I won’t give up unless my name does not appear in the World Cup final list.”