Korean veteran closes in on season long loan.
QPR midfielder Ji-Sung Park is closing in on a return to former club PSV Eindhoven on a season long loan, the Daily Mail reports.
The 32-year-old flew to the Netherlands over the weekend to partake in a medical on Monday with the view to securing his services for the next season.
The South Korean international had previously spent three years at the Philips Stadion between 2002-05 where he made a total of 92 games, scoring 17 goals. His time in the Eredivise was also peppered with success and trophies, and he can look back on his time there with fond memories after winning two Eredivise titles, A KNVB Cup and a Johan Cruijff shield.
In 2005 he was picked up by Manchester United for a fee in the region of £4 million and went on to establish himself as somewhat of a cult hero at Old Trafford, making 205 appearances for the Red Devils, scoring 27 goals in the process. Like his first spell at PSV, his time in Manchester was also littered with success.
However, a poor showing last term with QPR had done his reputation no good, but it has seemingly not perturbed the Eindhoven club who look to rebuild after losing a number of their stars this summer.