Bolasie remains linked with a move away and Crystal Palace have pinpointed a replacement.
Palace boss Alan Pardew is said to be willing to part with the DR Congo international as a way of financing a move for Liverpool striker Christian Benteke, who is available for around £32m.
On the prospect of replacing Bolasie, Pardew has identified Robson-Kanu as a potential target.
The former Reading player was released by the Championship side at the end of last season, but remains in demand after a fantastic showing for Wales as part of their journey to the semi-finals of Euro 2016.
A versatile forward, Robson-Kanu was deployed as a striker during the European Championships and scored twice, including an unbelievable 'Cruyff turn' against Belgium.
He can also operate on the left and right wing and across nearly 200 appearances for Reading, where he began his career, he struck 24 times.
Despite being released by Reading earlier in the summer, Robson-Kanu was a world-beater at Euro 2016 and since the tournament's end, he has reportedly been approached by Hull City and a number of clubs in China, but has yet to make a decision on his future.
While Bolasie's potential departure from the club may be a blow to the South London side, Robson-Kanu could more than fill the void, possessing enough pace, composure and unpredictability on the ball to make him a success at Selhurst Park.