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Park: No approach from Galatasaray

Manchester United midfielder Park Ji-Sung has played down reports of interest in him from Turkish champions Galatasaray, insisting that he wants to end his career at Old Trafford.

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Park, 31, made just ten Premier League starts in what was a poor campaign for United, and there have been suggestions that Sir Alex Ferguson could be ready to let him move on this summer.

Galatasaray are looking to consolidate after winning a first Super Lig title in four years and Turkish newspaper FotoMac has claimed that they will make a €3.5 million move for the experienced South Korea star in a bid to strengthen their squad for next season's Champions League.

However, Park says he has not heard of an approach from Gala, and reiterated that he is desperate to see out his playing days at United if possible.

"I haven't received an official offer," Park said. "It is always a good thing for a player to be wanted by a team, though.

"I know I can't stay in the team just because I want to, but I still harbour hopes of retiring with Manchester United."

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