Did Arsenal Choose The Wrong Korean To Transfer?

Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger announced infamously in the summer that the Gunners managed to make a striker transfer and then presented South Korean Chu-Young Park as being a great forward with huge potential.

Months have gone past, and even though everybody did expect the Korean to have a hard time adapting to the Premiership he is yet to have a line-up in a Premiership match, and we’re almost in January.

He played a few games with the team in the cups and even managed to score for the Gunners, but despite this he is still a substitute at best when it comes to Premiership games.

Can Park Be The Answer To Arsenal’s Attack?

Arsenal’s Korean striker J. Y. Park declared that he is ready to take a spot in Arsenal’s first team whenever the manager will need him, but that he won’t expect things to go his way without a bucket load of hard work from his side.

“All my team mates are great players,” Park told Arsenal Player. “I do not expect a chance for me because a player is unavailable.

“I will do my best to prepare myself to take any random chances at any time.