Manchester City and Arsenal join the Race to sign Manor Solomon

Bertrand Traore

Manchester City and Arsenal join the Race to sign Manor Solomon. A list of Premier League clubs is in line to make a move for the Israeli Attacking Midfielder. Manor Solomon currently plays for Ukrainian Outfit Shakhtar Donetsk. Meanwhile, the Midfielder has made 97 appearances for Shakhtar and has found the back of the net 20 times with 9 assists.

The 22-year-old midfielder has become a key player for the Ukrainian Club during the 2021/22 season. In 17 appearances he has 2 Goals and 2 Assists in all competitions this Term. Solomon has earned 24 caps for his National Team. Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City are among clubs from England keen on the Israel international, while other major sides could also join the chase.

Manor Solomon joined Shakhtar in 2019 from Maccabi Petah Tikva despite an offer from Manchester City being on the Table. As reported by TEAMtalk, Manchester City and Arsenal are seriously interested in bringing the player in the Premier League.

Premier League interest in Manor Solomon remains as we approach the January transfer window other than Arsenal

In 2019, Manchester City was in a strong position to sign the Israel International, but Solomon chose to move to the Ukrainian League. His decision to not join the English Giants came as a shocker however the 22-year-old needed more Game time. Breaking into the Playing 11 of a Star-studded Squad is always tough. Therefore, he felt a move to Eastern Europe might aid his development and rightly so.

Aston Villa, Tottenham HotspurEvertonBrighton and Southampton are all interested in signing the player. Meanwhile, Tottenham could also join the chase if an opportunity presents itself. Under new technical director Fabio Paratici, the club is looking at young, promising talent to fill attacking roles. Even manager Nuno Espirito Santo wants another wide start to give him a new dimension from that zone and, as a result, are monitoring the 22-year-old.

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