The 31-year-old former South Korean international claims he is aware of United’s interest in Kagawa and would welcome a move for the Japanese international.
“Kagawa already has experience in Europe and good quality. If he comes to United, I think he’ll play well.”
Speaking on his disappointment at losing the title to arch rivals Manchester City on the final day of the season, Park admits that the last season was a poor one according to United’s standards but he is keen to move on. Park’s own future at the club is under scrutiny and should United plan a major squad overhaul, Park would be among the list of players to leave the club.
“It was disappointing season but past is past, I’ll focus on what to do from now on. It’s true that I want to retire at United, but it does not depend on me.
“Season is over now; I just want to take a rest not thinking about anything.”
23-year-old Kagawa, who joined Dortmund just a couple of years ago, has been on the radar of several big European clubs and the player himself admitted that he has been in touch with various clubs. On his return to Japan for the summer break, Kagawa revealed:
”I’ve been in touch with a number of clubs, and I can’t say which one is the best for me yet. ’I want to go a team where it’ll be challenging for me. It’d be nice if I end up playing in the Premier League.”