Brazil Goalkeeper Julio Cesar Returns to QPR

Updated: 26 July 2014 15:07 IST

The 34-year-old Julio Cesar joined Toronto in February after playing sparingly under Harry Redknapp at QPR. His return to the Premier League was announced on Friday.

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Brazil's goalkeeper Julio Cesar celebrates during FIFA World Cup 2014
Brazil's goalkeeper Julio Cesar celebrates during FIFA World Cup 2014

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Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been recalled to newly promoted Queens Park Rangers after his loan to Toronto FC in Major League Soccer. (Chelsea re-sign Didier Drogba | Frank Lampard joins New York F.C.)

The 34-year-old Cesar joined Toronto in February after playing sparingly under Harry Redknapp at QPR. His return to the Premier League was announced on Friday.

Cesar conceded nine goals in seven matches with Toronto this season.

He also played in all of Brazil's matches at the World Cup, making two crucial saves to beat Chile in a penalty shootout in the second round.

The Brazilian joined QPR from Inter Milan on a four-year deal in August 2012.

QPR secured a return to the Premier League in May, a year after being relegated.

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