However, Kenny Dalglish and Damien Comolli don’t seem too keen on adding another winger to the squad when they have more pressing issues to contend with, such as the left-back position as well as hoping to find some quality cover for their centre-backs.
Park may yet be able to realise his dreams of moving to the Premiership however, with Manchester City suprisingly interested in the SouthKorean.
Whilst Park performed admirably for Monaco last season, he could not prevent the club from being relegated to the French second tier, and has publicly said that he does not wish to play in that division.
Although City have an abundance of top quality players in both wing positions and up top, both of which are positions that Park is comfortable playing in, it is highly likely that the City hierarchy have something else in mind for Park.
Whilst he would provide quality cover for City, the commercial benefits that would come from his signing are too significant to ignore. With the UEFA Financial Fair Play Regulations now in force, and City’s rather exorbitant wage bill, this commercial windfall could prove to be exactly what City need, and at a reported £6M price tag, could be quite the deal for Roberto Mancini.