Manor Solomon is having his medical with Tottenham Hotspur on Monday ahead of a free transfer to the North London club (Fabrizio Romano).
Fabrizio Romano was the first to break the news that Spurs had come to an agreement with the Israeli winger, who follows James Maddison and Guglielmo Vicario through the Hotspur Way doors.Solomon enjoyed an impressive season with another London club last time out in Fulham, often providing a spark of energy off the bench in the second half of matches.
The attacker was allowed to leave his parent club, Shakhtar Donetsk, on loan due to the war in Ukraine, a ruling that FIFA extended to give Solomon the choice to leave on a free this summer (BBC).Solomon looks set to join just a matter of days after Lucas Moura left Tottenham on a free, while Arnaut Danjuma was also allowed to return to Villarreal after his loan spell ended.
Fabrizio Romano has now reported that Monday will be Solomon’s medical day at Hotspur Way and the contract will be signed in the next 24-48 hours.
Spurs Web Opinion:
There is no losing from this deal. Spurs are picking up a young and talented attacker who should improve a lot over the next few years, at which point his value will also rise. And even if that does not happen, they didn’t pay anything for him anyway. As long as money is spent in other areas.