Midfield ace admits it would be hard to leave.
Reading midfielder Hal Robson-Kanu has admitted that he may be forced to leave the club this summer, though he may find it difficult to do so, the Daily Mail reports.
The 24-year-old popped up as one of the club’s star players this season, scoring seven goals in 25 appearances, but he still couldn’t stop the Royals from slipping back down into the Championship.
But his good form has caught the attentions of Midlands rivals Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion and the speculation has caused him to rethink the path of his career should he stay in Berkshire.
“After coming through the academy it would be hard for me to leave,” he said.
“Scoring seven goals, I ended up the highest-scoring midfielder in the Premier League in Reading’s history, which was nice on a personal note.
“But in terms of my personal ambition I want to play in the Premier League.”
Robson-Kanu came through the youth system at Reading and broke into the first team in 2009 after spending time on loan with Southend and Swindon. He quickly established himself in the first team at Reading and has even become a regular fixture for the Welsh national team too.