Wales international Hal Robson-Kanu joined West Brom as a free-agent on Wednesday and shared a tweet from his official account soon after holding up his new club shit.
Kanu also tweeted that he was ‘delighted’ to have joined the Baggies and return to the Premier League.
— Hal Robson-Kanu (@RobsonKanu) August 31, 2016
Kane made headlines across Europe with his strong play in Euro 2016. In five appearances for Wales, Robson-Kanu scored two goals – one against Slovakia and a key goal against Belgium.
The two goals he scored were second only to star forward Gareth Bale for the team’s lead during the tournament. Wales went on to finish tied for third with Germany after losing to Portugal in the Semi-Finals.
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