Tottenham Hotspur has bolstered itself with Shakhtar Donetsk’s Manor Solomon. The Israeli player, 23, can play as a midfielder or an attacker on the left wing.
In Ukraine, Tottenham Hotspur adds a fifth reinforcement
Solomon participated in last year’s Premier League as well. Solomon was permitted to play for Fulham last year as a result of altered rules brought about by the conflict in Ukraine. He will now reside permanently in England thanks to Tottenham. After passing his physical exam on Tuesday, Solomon signs a contract that will last through the summer of 2028 on a free.
Solomon netted a total of four goals in nineteen matches in the Premier League while playing for Fulham, four of which he started. He played 106 games for Shakhtar Donetsk and scored 22 goals. Solomon has also represented Israel 35 times at the international level. There are currently seven international goals on the counter.
It is already a fifth summertime addition for Tottenham. Dejan Kulusevski, Guglielmo Vicario, James Maddison, and Pedro Porro have already (certainly) moved to North London. Solomon can’t start working for his new team right once because the purchase is still awaiting a work permit.
Davinson Sánchez’s name falls with PSV
PSV shows interest in Davinson Sánchez, who has a past at Ajax. The Colombian is allowed to leave Tottenham Hotspur and various clubs are eager to respond. A transfer to PSV is therefore anything but a foregone conclusion.
Sánchez is seen by PSV as an interesting player. The connection with the Eindhoven club has not been illogical since the arrival of trainer Peter Bosz. After all, Bosz and Sánchez worked together very successfully for a year at Ajax. With the South American as the lock on the door, Bosz’ Ajax reached the final of the Europa League in 2017, losing to Manchester United.
The transfer game around Sánchez opened early this summer, after Galatasaray announced its interest through a bid. Spartak Moscow is also interested in the center defender.
The name of Sánchez has therefore fallen at PSV, but a lot has already been invested this summer through the arrival of Noa Lang and Ricardo Pepi. Before work can be done on the arrival of Sánchez, a player like Ibrahim Sangaré would first have to be sold.