Tottenham confirm Manor Solomon’s arrival on a free transfer – as the Israeli commits to a five-year deal in north London after his fruitful loan spell at Fulham
Tottenham have signed Israeli international Manor Solomon on a five-year deal, the club confirmed on Tuesday.
Solomon, whose contract at Ukrainian outfit Shakhtar Donetsk expired in June, has agreed to join the Premier League side on a free transfer following his fruitful loan spell at Fulham last campaign.
The forward began his season-long stint at Craven Cottage with a serious knee injury but went on to chalk up 24 appearances across all competitions, scoring five goals.
Remarkably, all four of Solomon’s Premier League goals last term came in successive matches between February and March.
The Israeli netted in back-to-back clashes against Nottingham Forest, Brighton, Wolves and Brentford while star man Aleksandar Mitrovic was absent with a knock.
Solomon, 23, began his career with local Israeli side Maccabi Petah Tikva before joining Shakhtar Donetsk in January 2019.
There, the striker twice won the domestic league title and gained valuable experience in the Champions League, becoming the youngest Israeli player to score in the competition against Atalanta in October 2019.
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Tottenham have confirmed the signing of Israel international Manor Solomon on a free transfer
The forward, who completed a season-long loan at Fulham last term, penned a five-year deal