Park Considering Gunners Move
Arsenal striker Park Chu-Young has revealed he is considering leaving the Emirates Stadium following a lack of first-team action.
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The South Korea captain has made just five appearances for the club this campaign with Robin van Persie, Marouane Chamakh and on-loan Thierry Henry being preferred.
Park, 26, started three games in the Carling Cup as well as a UEFA Champions League start but a lone Premier League substitution has frustrated the frontman.
Despite previously declaring his ambition to fight for a place in the side Park's agent admits the international may have no choice but to look for first-team football elsewhere.
"If the current state continues, we will have to look at the transfer market in the summer," he said.
The January transfer window was surrounded by speculation and it was claimed that London rivals Fulham made an attempt to loan the striker, who made the switch to the Emirates last summer, but Park's agent believes there was no official approach made.
"In the English media, it was reported that Arsenal had rejected a loan offer for Park.
"However, this was in contrast to what we heard from Arsenal. There was no loan offer during the transfer window."
Park scored 25 goals in a three-year spell at Monaco in the French Ligue 1 despite his side being relegated last season but has managed to net only one league cup goal since completing his transfer.