South Korean star considering move to the Unites States.
QPR’s Park Ji-Sung could be set for a move to the MLS according to Tutto Mercato Web.
The South Korean midfielder is the most decorated Asian player in history after a number of successful seasons for Manchester United.
Park helped the Old Trafford side to a Champions League title before moving down south to London with QPR.
He was made club captain by Mark Hughes but was revoked of the armband following the arrival of former Spurs boss Harry Redknapp in November.
Redknapp’s arrival was supposed to galvanise the team and inspire them to Premier League safety the manager has failed to work his magic and the club remain rooted in the relegation zone.
They look almost certain to be playing Championship football next season and that could lead to the departure of a number of the club’s more high profile stars.
Park could be one of the first to be shown the door after a disappointing season blighted by injuries and poor form.
The MLS are reportedly preparing to make him an offer to move to the United States as they look to improve the league’s profile in the Asian markets.
A move to the United Arab Emirates has also been touted as a possibility.