Wales’ Euro 2016 campaign may have ended in glorious failure at the hands of Portugal, but a few of Chris Coleman’s men will be looking to improve their club situations after shining for one of the de facto four best teams on the continent.
Here are three who could be on the move, and where they might fit in.
Chris Gunter – Hull
Still only 26, Gunter has been mostly hiding out in the Championship since failing his £2m audition with Spurs between 2007-09, bar a sole Premier League campaign with Reading three years ago.
Gunter has trudged through an impressive tally of 143 all-competition matches for the Royals over the past few terms, while 73 caps for his country is testament to the Newport native’s consistency.
Hull boss Steve Bruce often pitched a 3-5-2 formation similar to Wales’ current system, where Gunter has been a key pivot between attack and defence at right-wing back, the last time his side were in the top flight
Hal Robson-Kanu – Watford
The Tigers have already been linked with Robson-Kanu, along with Swansea, while two more Premier League sides are said to be seeking the free agent’s signature.
Watford might be a better bet for the man who forced his way into Chris Coleman’s first team so spectacularly in France, leading to a goal against Belgium Robbie Savage described as worthy of Messi on the BBC.
Odion Ighalo may have spurned the £37.5m advances of Shanghai SIPG, but there’s still little in the centre-forward ranks beyond 27-year-old and strike partner Troy Deeney. Robson-Kanu would be practically a free hit.
Ben Davies – Swansea
The nominal left-back showed why he’ll never nail down the position at Tottenham with a series of assured performances on the left of a three-man centre-back line – Davies was greatly missed in the loss to Portugal as James Chester switched sides to accommodate James Collins on the right.
He’ll struggle to get past Danny Rose at Spurs, and has no chance of supplanting either Jan Vertonghen or Toby Alderweireld at centre-half, but a move back to Swansea, slotting into a rearguard including international teammates Ashley Williams and Neil Taylor, would make plenty of sense.