Julio Cesar will lead the player exodus from Queens Park Rangers this summer, and is likely to be swiftly followed by French duo Stephane Mbia and Loic Remy.

The west London club's relegation to the Championship is likely to pave the way for the exit of a number of high profile first team players over the summer months as they attempt to lighten their excessive wage bill.

Brazilian international Cesar, who has been linked with moves to Serie A giants AC Milan in addition to a Premier League stay with Arsenal, will be one of the first to leave, manager Harry Redknapp has confirmed, with Rob Green ready to pick up the club's first team duties next season.

Julio Cesar
Cesar's future lies away from Loftus Road. (Reuters)

"I don't see Julio being here next year - he's not a player for the Championship," Redknapp told the London Evening Standard. "He's a player for a top Italian, Spanish, or Premier League team.

"Julio's got the World Cup coming up and he's the top Brazilian goalkeeper. Rob [Green] has come in and done great for me. He's the one we're looking to play next season."

Christopher Samba, Adel Taarabt, Esteban Granero, Jose Bosingwa and Junior Hoilett are a host of names likely to leave Loftus Road this summer following the club's relegation, but the immediate future of French internationals Remy and Mbia has attracted its share of immediate speculation.

Having impressed Premier League clubs in his first six months in English football, Remy is likely to have a number of clubs after his signature, with Tottenham, Arsenal and Liverpool reportedly considering bids.

The 26-year-old forward has previously stated that the Premier League was 'the league for him' after completing his move from Marseille, and comments from his compatriot and current QPR teammate Mbia suggest both will be looking for a move as quickly as possible.

"I am an international, to be selected, I must be at a club," Mbia told French radio station RMC. "In life, you cannot plan what will happen to us. Loic Remy is an international, like me, I do not know if he will stay."