Hal Robson-Kanu grabbed the headlines when he scored his second goal of Euro 2016 against Belgium in the quarter final, outwitting three defenders with a Cruyff turn.
The ex-Reading striker had made the decision to run down his contract, the club that he’d been at for 12 years so he can fulfill his desire of playing in the Premier League for a second time. After 228 games and 30 goals the Welshman believes he has plenty more to offer and hopes he can find the right club after the tournament.
What's next for Robson-Kanu? You can currently get odds at 8/1 that he’ll sign for the Premier League champions Leicester. The temptation to go back to Wales may be one that Robson-Kanu can’t turn down, you’ll also get 8/1 that Swansea is his next club. First team football may be limited at both clubs respectively so you might fancy newly promoted Burnley, Sky Bet are offering 18/1 that he’ll join The Clarets.