Park Ji-Sung courted by Major League Soccer chiefs

Park Ji-Sung
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Queens Park Rangers midfielder Park Ji-Sung is targeted for a summer move to Major League Soccer, according to reports.

Queens Park Rangers midfielder Park Ji-Sung has reportedly been targeted by Major League Soccer bosses as a potential signing this summer.

The former Manchester United star is widely expected to leave QPR in the close season after a debut season to forget at Loftus Road.

With QPR looking to lower their wage bill, Park's salary of around £70,000 per week is likely to be offloaded as Harry Redknapp looks to build a squad for next season's Championship campaign.

The 32-year-old is wanted by MLS chiefs to help target the lucrative Asian market, according to the Daily Mail.

A string of MLS clubs are thought to be interested in Park's services, with former QPR defender Ryan Nelsen's Toronto FC actively searching for a marquee acquisition.

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