Robson-Kanu scores a memorable goal to all-but seal Wales' progression
Hull City are the latest Premier League club to register an interest in Hal Robson-Kanu, a report in Wednesday's Sun newspaper claims (page 55).
The 27-year-old has impressed for Wales at Euro 2016, scoring two crucial goals en route to tonight's semi-final date with Portugal in Lyon.
Robson-Kanu was the match-winner as Wales beat Slovakia in their Group B opener
But whether his campaign ends tonight or on Sunday, Robson-Kanu will not be short of suitors upon his return to the UK, where he was on the books of Reading until the end of last month.
Premier League trio Everton (Daily Mail), Leicester City (Sky Sports) and Swansea City (Mirror) have all been credited with an interest in the winger, who's also proved his striking credentials this tournament.
However, this does not appear to have deterred Hull, whose manager Steve Bruce is said to be keen to hold talks.
The Tigers were promoted back to the top flight via the play-offs two months ago, but are yet to add to their squad.
Bruce celebrates with son Alex after Hull's 1-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday
The report claims that Bruce will look to convince Ronson-Kanu with the promise of regular matches - something their rivals would be unable to guarantee.