The South Korean star was featured on artwork for the Red Devils' various trips around the globe this summer but has been removed with a possible switch to Loftus Road imminent
Poor Park Ji-Sung. How do you know that you're about to leave Manchester United?
You guessed it. It's when they take you off a poster to promote a pre-season tour to millions of fans.
The poster, which features a demonic-looking Javier Hernandez, is a snazzy bit of advertising, with the colours of each country's national side a nice touch.
The winger was initially the centrepiece of the Red Devils' promotional artwork ahead of their globe-trotting summer plans but has now been replaced by Wayne Rooney with a move to QPR thought to be imminent for the South Korean.
With fellow Asian superstar Shinji Kagawa the first new recruitment of the summer, Park's time at Old Trafford may be up, and he could be following Fabio da Silva to Loftus Road, with BBC Sport reporting that a £5 million deal between the two clubs is close.
Mark Hughes is splashing the cash as he looks to improve on last season's dramatic relegation escape, and now has two (count them: two!) tiny wingers who run around loads and don't do much else, with Shaun Wright-Phillips also knocking around in west London.