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Julio Cesar: Summer Transfer Window Profile and Scouting Report

Peter BrownellContributor IMay 23, 2013

Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Julio Cesar is among many players being tipped with a possible transfer in the summer window. 

Here's a breakdown of his numbers and a brief scouting guide to the Brazilian, along with a few hints as to where he might be playing next summer.

 

Age: 33

Contract Situation: Cesar joined Queens Park Rangers in 2012 and is under contract until June 2016. 

Career Stops: Flamengo (1998-2005), Internazionale (2005-2012), Chievo (2005, loan), Queens Park Rangers (2012-present). 

Current Campaign: Premier League—24 games, 37 goals conceded, one assist; League Cup—one game, three goals conceded; FA Cup—one game, one goal conceded.

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Scouting Guide

Julio Cesar is a goalkeeper for English Premier League club Queens Park Rangers.

He sports a big frame, making him capable of covering much of the goal.  However, he is also athletic and quick enough to make excellent reaction saves. 

Cesar owns his box and can pick off crosses and corners with ease. 

 

Where Next?

If all indications are true, the Gunners could be employing Cesar very soon. 

The Mirror suggests that Arsenal might be the most likely destination for Cesar.  A move to the Emirates would be excellent for the Brazilian as he prepares to host the World Cup in 2014.

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