Cesar is expected to leave Loftus Road this summer following the club's relegation from the Premier League but that does not mean he will necessarily be leaving the capital.
When asked if his son had expressed a desire to stay in London, Cesar told British reporters after Brazil's Confederations Cup triumph: "Yes, me too. I love the city and I'm enjoying living there."
The 33-year-old keeper kept a clean sheet as Brazil beat Spain 3-0 on Sunday evening to win the Confederations Cup and claim the tournament's Golden Glove award.
He admits to being proud at that achievement and stressed that his club performances next season will be key if he is to enjoy more glory in the Maracana next summer.
He added: "I'm very happy to win the Golden Glove, it's a great award and it's going in my collection."
"Now I have to do things right at my club so I can be considered for the World Cup."