Celtic midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng denies he will be unveiled by QPR next week

The South Korean states that his focus is on the Olympics, and offered up compatriots Lee Chung-Yong and Park Chu-Young as the possible Loftus Road target instead

Celtic midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng has denied he will be unveiled as a QPR player at a press conference on Monday.

Mark Hughes has already brought players such as goalkeeper Rob Green to Loftus Road this summer, and the club has been heavily linked with a £7-8 million move for the South Korean.

The 23-year-old insisted that his primary focus is the upcoming Olympic games, and put forward the names of Lee Chung-Yong and Park Chu-Young as other Koreans that QPR's Monday press conference could be introducing.

"I heard that QPR will have a press conference on [June] 9 with Korean player but I won't be there," Sung-Yueng told reporters.

"I know that QPR showed interest in me but I don't know what's going on right now. Anyway, I'm not the player who will attend press conference, it's 100%.

"I have not decided my future, now is time to focus on [the] Olympics. It's uncomfortable to see many transfer news about me. I don't even want to know the stories unless I receive an offer.

"Who would go to QPR? I'm curious. Maybe Lee Chung-Yong or Park Chu-Young?"