Hal Robson-Kanu at the European Championships this summer
Robson-Kanu scored a sensational goal to help Wales beat Belgium and reached the semi-finals in Euro 2016 only after his international career was skipped over by interim manager Robert Page, who will lead the team in Ryan Giggs' continued absence. Robson-Kanu, who took his last call against Mexico in March, was sent home from the final international camp after violating the curfew at his team hotel and was not part of the Welsh training camp in Portugal last week. a 28 – male squad.
Tom Lawrence of Derby County and Rabbi Matondo of Schalke, who were also sent home in March, are among those involved in the final training camp but not detained for the delayed Euro 2020 campaign.
Allen, surviving calf and back knee injuries on international duty in March, along with Bale, Ramsey, Ben Davies, Chris Gunter, Jonny Williams, Wayne Hennessey and Danny Ward, are the eight survivors of the Chris Coleman team that exceeded all expectations in France five years ago. one of the people.
A calf injury has been plaguing Tottenham defender Davies since March but Page is optimistic bo and Allen will be available for their Group A opener against Switzerland on 12 June. Then on June 16, again in Baku, four days later at the Stadio Olimpico before leaving for Rome to take on Italy.