QPR head coach Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink admits the future of Yun-Suk-young is in serious doubt.
Instead, Yun has been loaned out to struggling Charlton to ease the wage strain, while James Perch’s successful switch from right to left-back in the absence of the injured Paul Konchesky has answered immediate needs.
Jack Robinson also waits his turn to make an impression on the left side of defence.
But Yun’s future was all but sealed when Hasselbaink admitted to an Rs fans forum this week the club is worried they will not get a new work permit for the 26-year-old.
The demand is that foreigners outside the EU must have made 75 percent appearances for their country over the last two years.
Despite an international breakthrough at World Cup 2014, injury and lack of game time has limited Yun to a mere two outings for South Korea since then.
Hasselbaink told www.qpr.co.uk : “For Yun, we don’t know if he will get a work permit for next year.”
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