Julio Cesar has confirmed that he will be leaving Queens Park Rangers at the end of the Premier League season.
Queens Park Rangers will bid farewell to the Premier League at Anfield when they visit Liverpool on Sunday.
The first relegation spot could be confirmed this weekend as the bottom two, Reading and Queens Park Rangers, meet at the Madejski Stadium.
Jurgen Klinsmann has told Carlos Bocanegra that his international future may be in jeopardy if he opts to remain with Rangers.
English businessman Craig Mather has been appointed interim chief executive of Rangers, replacing Charles Green.
Queens Park Rangers have said they will look to deal internally with the controversy surrounding a picture of Julio Cesar in a Chelsea kit.