Reading winger Junior Hoilett played a starring role for Canada in the Gold Cup while his club future remains uncertain.

The 32-year-old is out-of-contract but was offered a new deal with the Royals after relegation to League One.

A regular under Paul Ince, the former Cardiff City and QPR forward scored once in 35 appearances last season.

With 58 caps for his country, Hoilett found the back of the net in a 4-2 win over Cuba to seal progression to the quarter-finals where USA await.

Facing off-field drama, it remains to be seen whether Hoilett will add to his 62 club appearances during a two-year stay.

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Reports had linked the versatile forward with a move to Huddersfield Town, with former boss Neil Warnock thought to be keen on a reunion with the Bluebirds favourite.

Similarly, Amadou Mbengue was offered a new contract at Reading but the defender has not travelled with the first-team squad to training in Alicante.

The League One campaign gets underway in 30 days at home to Peterborough United.