May 03, 2013 10:54
Some British media are speculating that Queens Park Rangers' midfielder Park Park Ji-sung could remain in the English Premier League next season, despite the club's recent relegation, and even team up with compatriot Kim Bo-kyung at Cardiff City.
"Should [QPR] agree to pay part of his wages, the former Manchester United midfielder would be ideal for Cardiff City, where owner Vincent Tan is eager to make a big splash in Asia following their Premier League promotion," Tribal Football reported on Wednesday.
Cardiff won the second-tier Championship this season, earning the team automatic promotion to the EPL later this year. Kim, a promising footballer with the potential to become as successful as Park, has been playing for the Welsh club since last summer.
The Sun, a leading British tabloid, reported on Wednesday that, "[The] Rangers are also looking to loan out ￡75,000-a-week [Park Ji-sung] for the final year of his contract" as the team is "ready to allow some of their high earners to leave for free in a bid to get them off the massive wage bill."
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