July 5, 2022

During the previous year, Manor Solomon, a winger for Shakhtar Donetsk, was often linked in connection with Arsenal.

In reality, according to a TEAMtalk article from October, the Gunners were just one of several Premier League clubs interested in him.

Aside from Arsenal, a number of other teams were interested in signing Solomon, including Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Everton, Brighton, Aston Villa, and Southampton.

The Israeli international has finally chosen to join Fulham, and his move to Craven Cottage has seemed to be a formality over the previous several weeks.

Now that the situation has altered, it seems like Arsenal and other potential buyers may have a chance to reclaim Solomon.

Fabrizio Romano posted an update on Twitter on Friday night, saying that the effort is on the verge of collapsing totally.

As a consequence of this development, other clubs now have a “great opportunity” to sign the interesting 22-year-old youngster.

According to reports in Solomon’s native nation of Israel, Solomon has struck an agreement with freshly promoted Fulham to sign a contract for £25,000 per week.

To get the services of the Donetsk star, the West London team is anticipated to offer a reduced transfer price of seven million pounds.

Solomon’s asking price has plummeted as a direct effect of the commencement of hostilities in Ukraine.

Arsenal might decide to rekindle their interest in a player who has been compared favourably to Eden Hazard at this moment in time.

The Guardian released a piece in November of 2020 on Solomon’s development over the previous several years.

They drew analogies between the Israeli winger and the Real Madrid and Belgium great.

Solomon is an interesting prospect for Arsenal as a possible addition to their attacking line, which might need some reinforcements.

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