Liverpool and Arsenal tracking South Korean winger

Park is being watched by at least three Premiership clubs including Arsenal, Liverpool and FulhamReports from France are claiming that both Arsenal and Liverpool are hot on the trails of AS Monaco winger Park Chu-Young who currently has nine goals this season on top of numerous assists.

The 25 year old, who has over 50 caps for South Korea, was an interested target of Fulham in 2009 and last summer, however Park decided on a longer spell at Monaco.

He has been in excellent form this season alerting the likes of Arsenal and Liverpool who will not only see him as a useful talent but also as a signature that would provide a merchandise boost from the clubs respective fans across Asia.

The winger, who can also play as a second striker is known for his energy across the pitch and would possibly make an excellent squad member for either Premiership clubs.

Park first joined Monaco in 2008 but it was the 2010 World Cup where others really began to notice and since then his price has obviously increased, although it is believed that a fee of around £8m would be enough for Monaco to allow their star performer a chance in the Premiership.

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