The Hoops boss says the goalkeeper will definitely move on this summer, with the Gunners and Roma heavily linked with a move for the Brazil internationalQPR manager Harry Redknapp says goalkeeper Julio Cesar "will move on" following the club's relegation to the Championship.
Goal understands Arsenal has opened formal talks with the goalkeeper and is willing to pay 1 million euros for the Brazilian, who it has identified as its No.1 shot-stopper target.
However, the Gunners will face competition from Roma after the Giallorossi's loan swoop for Chelsea newcomer Wallace stalled.
Meanwhile, Redknapp has confirmed he is fully expecting the 33-year-old to leave Loftus Road, and anticipates him moving to a top club.
"Julio Cesar will move on," Redknapp told talkSPORT. “He’s a top class goalkeeper, Brazil’s No.1. He’s been in great for Brazil and I presume there’s a big club out there for him.
"He won’t want to play in the Championship, he’s a goalkeeper for a big club.”