The Brazilian is expected to complete his move today.
"I am a bit surprised, but I am delighted to have been given the opportunity by QPR to come to London, learn English and play in the Premier League," Cesar told Sportv News.
"It all started during my summer vacation, when Inter suggested that I reduce my salary.
"No player in my situation would have done that - I am not a hypocrite and I can talk openly about this.
"It became a tough situation for both parties. I then spoke to my representative and I thought this was a good choice."
Cesar added: "I'll terminate my contract with Inter Milan and thank the president Massimo Moratti for the seven wonderful years we have had together.
"I'll ask him to let me go on the pitch before the match between Inter and Roma so I can give a collective hug to all the fans.
"That would be a nice gesture and I don't think the president will deny me that."