Tottenham Hotspur have announced they have completed the signing of Israeli international Manor Solomon.
Solomon, 23, has put pen to paper over a five-year deal subject to international clearance and work permit after spending a successful spell on-loan at Tottenham’s London rivals Fulham last season for whom he scored five times.
Manor Solomon signs for Spurs
The former Cottager became available on a free transfer after his contract at Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk came to an end on 30 June with the Israeli unwilling to extend his contract during the current conflict in Ukraine.
Primarily an inverted left-winger, Solomon provides excellent cover for South Korean captain Heung Min-Son, who failed to find his top form last season, and Richarlison, who provided only one Premier League goal for The Lilywhites last term.
Solomon becomes new boss Ange Postecoglou’s third summer signing following the arrivals of attacking midfielder James Maddison and goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario.