Júlio César leaves QPR for TorontoJúlio César will be pleased to be playing regular first-team football
Brazil’s number one will play for the MLS side.
On Friday Júlio César will finalise a loan move from current club QPR to Toronto, according to Globo Esporte. The 34-year-old has been out of favour at the West London club and will join the Canadian outfit on a loan, the length of which is yet to be decided.
In his last game for the QPR, Júlio César conceded four goals as the team was outclassed 4-0 by Everton in the FA Cup.
As well as the Brazilian, Toronto also boast Jermaine Defore, ex-Tottenham, and Michael Bradley, ex-Roma, on their books. The team are currently managed by ex-QPR star Ryan Nelsen.
On Tuesday, Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari will name his squad for the friendly against South Africa on March 5. This will be the last friendly before the World Cup squad is announced and Júlio César will be hopeful of playing a part.