Koren midfielder set to leave QPR.
Park-Ji Sung looks set to leave QPR with Voetbal International reporting the player to be on the verge of signing for Dutch side PSV Eindhoven.
The former Manchester United star joined QPR in 2012 but failed to replicate the kind of form he showed at Old Trafford.
Park was initially made captain of the club by former manager Mark Hughes but that title was stripped from him following the arrival of Harry Redknapp at the club.
Injuries and poor form has prevented Park from making much of an impact at Loftus Road and it is thought both club and player decided it was best for him to seek a new challenge elsewhere.
QPR are currently in the process of trying to rebuild following their relegation from the Premier League last season.
A number of high profile players are expected to join Park out of the exit door this summer.
Park enjoyed three successful seasons at PSV between 2002 and 2005, where he put in a number of highly impressive performances.
He was much loved by the club’s fans, who will be looking forward to his return, despite his ageing years.
At 32 years old, there had been rumours that Park could retire this season, but that has been strongly dismissed by the player.