Striker without a club rocked Euros with dazzling Cruyff turn and second goal in 3-1 win over last-eight opponents in Lille
ROBSON-KANU is the target of FOUR Premier League clubs after his heroics against Belgium.
The unattached forward pulled off a dazzling Cruyff turn before netting the second goal in a 3-1 win to send Wales into the semis.
And now reports claim the former Reading star’s agent has faced calls from four managers hungry for his signature.
Robson-Kanu stunned three Belgium defenders with his skill before coolly slotting past Thibaut Courtois as Wales roared back from 1-0 down.
Chelsea target Radja Nainggolan opened the scoring with a long-range thunderbolt before Robson-Kanu’s fireworks came either side of Ashley Williams and Sam Vokes’ goals.
Now he could be set to start work again in the top flight after his contract expired at the Championship club last month, where he has been for 12 years.
Robson-Kanu made his debut in the Prem in 2012 after being with Arsenal as a kid, where he was told he was not big enough or strong enough to have a future in North London.
Those words could come back to haunt Gunners chiefs next season should a move go ahead.
Not all of the advances have been welcome, however.