By Harvey Byrne

Everton target Hal Robson-Kanu has been offered £100,000-a-week to move to China, according to a report.

The Mirror claim that the Wales Euro 2016 hero has been offered the stunning package to move to the Chinese Super League.

It is believed that the two Chinese clubs chasing Robson-Kanu are Beijing Guoan and Jiangsu Sunning.

As reported on Football Insider the Merseysiders were keeping close tabs on the 27-year-old wide forward, but it seems unlikely that the Goodison Park club will offer a player who has spent most of his career in the Football League the same kind of deal.

The attacker is currently a free agent after his contract with Championship club Reading came to an end and his heroics in the European Championships has caught the attention of many suitors.

The Wales international could not prevent his side’s exit in the semi-finals against Portugal on Wednesday, but his memorable goal against Belgium at the quarter-final stage appears to have done enough for him to pick up a new club.

In the last domestic season he grabbed five goals and seven assists in 35 appearances as Reading finished 17th in England’s second tier.

Robson-Kanu will be leaving the club he has been at since 2007 and in that time he has starred in 227 encounters for the Royals and scored 30 goals.

New Everton boss Ronald Koeman has a £100million transfer sum to spend this summer and the Acton-born attacker could provide some versatility to the squad.

Although he lead the line for Wales at Euro 2016 he can also operate on the left-wing, something he has done on numerous occasions at Reading.

In other Everton news, Arsenal are interested in signing Juventus and Toffees target Daniele Rugani.