Thursday, 24th January, 2013

South Korean side Chunnam Dragons have confirmed that their defensive prospect Yun Suk-Young is heading to England with QPR.

The 22-year-old has been on the radar of a number of clubs, though the Korean outfit’s manager Ha Seok-Ju insisted earlier this month that no offers had yet arrived for the player.

However, he did insist that there was still plenty of time until the 31st January transfer window deadline and it does seem he will lose the services of Suk-Young.

"Chunnam Dragons, Yun Suk-Young to play in England’s Premier League at Queens Park Rangers, is decided", the club announced on their official site.


"A formal contract will be signed once medical tests have been passed at QPR."

Suk-Young impressed his many suitors during the 2012 London Olympic Games last summer, where he competed for South Korea.

The 22-year-old has been linked with AC Milan, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur.

A product of Chunnam Dragons’ youth academy, Suk-Young is highly rated within his homeland and, in addition to being a regular for his club, has also broken through into South Korea’s senior national side.

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