Breaking Premier League Arsenal eye Manor Solomon bid after Israeli winger stars for Shakhtar Donetsk Premier league news
Premierleague-News.com - ARSENAL are reportedly lining up a bid for Shakhtar Donetsk’s Israeli winger Manor Solomon. The 21-year-old’s reputation has rocketed after some stunning displays for the Ukrainian side…
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! ARSENAL are reportedly lining up a bid for Shakhtar Donetsk's Israeli winger Manor Solomon. The 21-year-old's reputation has rocketed after some stunning displays for the Ukrainian side and the Gunners are considering a summer offer, according to The Guardian. 3Arsenal have been scouting winger Manor Solomon for over a yearCredit: Reuters The report states Arsenal have held initial talks with the player's entourage after scouting him heavily for over a year. And the North Londoners could formalise their interest in the wideman in pre-season this summer. The versatile forward can play across the front line but seemingly will stay put in January with Arsenal not likely to have the funds available for a move until the end of the season. A barnstorming last 15 months has brought the player to the attention of a number of European giants since he joined Shakhtar from Maccabi Petah Tikva for £5million in 2019. Solomon has starred in the Champions League, netting against Manchester City in November 2019. And he bagged a goal in both of Shakhtar's upset wins over Real Madrid in this season's competition. Scotland fans will remember him for his sublime winner for Israel in the Nations League in November.
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3Solomon celebrates after scoring the winner against Scotland in the Nations LeagueCredit: AFP or licensors
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The Gunners are not believed to be in a position to fork out for players this month, unless there are several unexpected departures from the Emirates.
Solomon is contracted in Donetsk until 2023 and it will take a sizeable lump sum to tear him away early.
Mikel Arteta is still keen to revitalise his squad at the end of the year.
Despite Arsenal's resurgence of late, the Spanish boss is still wary that his players have struggled for the majority of the campaign and will look to strengthen where needed.
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