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HRK linked with move away from Royals



It appears the media have resorted to the 'player playing well for relegated club, so will join a promoted club' rumour.

The player in question in our in-form winger Hal Robson-Kanu, who has been linked to Cardiff City by the Daily Mirror. The 23-year old has enjoyed a very successful spell in recent games for the Royals, plus scoring a double against Fulham last weekend.

The price being quoted by the tabloid is 2.5 million for HRK, which is absolutely ridiculous. At the age of 23 and starting to excel for club and country, I wouldn't take anything lower than 4 million. I wouldn't say he is irreplaceable, but will aid our promotion push if he stays.

Wiki page: Hal Robson-Kanu

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