Park Ji-Sung nearing QPR exit.
QPR’s Park Ji-Sung is set to be the latest big name star to leave Loftus Road, as PSV close in on a deal to re-sign the midfielder.
The former Manchester United midfielder, 32, arrived at QPR last summer and made 20 Premier League appearances as the Hoops were relegated in a dismal campaign.
Prior to arriving at Old Trafford, the South Korean international spent three seasons in Eindhoven and the Eredivisie club are now managed by his former teammate Philip Cocu, 42.
“Park has gained a lot of experience playing for Manchester United for a long time,” Cocu told Dutch daily Algemeen Dagblad.
“He knows PSV well. Our players will surely learn something from him.”
Park reportedly passed a medical on Sunday but returned to London rather than linking up with his new teammates, prompting speculation the two parties differed over personal terms.
In 2011, PSV are said to adopted a salary cap of €1m per season and, given that Park was on around €80,000-a-week at Loftus Road, the player is set to take a wage cut of around 80 per cent.
“The announcement of his transfer has been delayed due to some paperwork, but an agreement has been made,” Park’s father Park Sung-jong told Korean media.
“He will join PSV on loan with a one-year contract.”