Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has said he is focusing on QPR’s survival fight and not speculation linking him with a return to Italian football.
Cesar, who joined Rangers from Inter Milan soon after the start of the season, was beaten three times as Harry Redknapp’s men remained in deep trouble with a 3-2 defeat at Fulham.
And with games running out, the likelihood of the expensively-assembled West Londoners being relegated from the top flight is increasing.
That has sparked speculation that big names such as Brazil international Cesar could be on their way. But the keeper brushed off reports that he could be heading for AC Milan, saying: "My priority is to help QPR avoid relegation."