Shakhtar plans to demand a transfer fee for Manor Solomon.
Global media ‘ESPN’ reported on the 3rd (Korean time), “Shakhtar’s CEO Sergey Palkin announced that he is in discussions with Tottenham Hotspur over Solomon’s compensation. After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Solomon was contracted to Shakhtar in accordance with the rules of the International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA). “His contract was terminated and he joined Tottenham as a free agent.”
CEO Palkin said through this media outlet, “We have had talks with Tottenham. We are currently in negotiations and hope to find a solution. We want to make up for our losses. The €6.5 million we paid to sign Solomon in January 2019 (approx. “I want to receive 9.3 billion won. From Tottenham’s perspective, this is not a lot of money,” he said.
CEO Palkin then expressed his expectations, saying, “We have a good relationship with Tottenham. We even had a pre-season friendly with them this summer. I believe this good relationship will help us find a solution.”
Solomon is an Israeli winger born in 1999. He left the Israeli stage in 2019 and wore a Shakhtar uniform. Solomon, who gradually increased his presence, showed off his presence by scoring 9 goals and 1 assist in 23 Ukrainian league games in the 2020-21 season.
Last season, he joined Fulham on loan and experienced the Premier League (PL) stage. He showed promise at the time, scoring four goals in 19 league appearances. Accordingly, Tottenham expressed interest this summer. Solomon is a player whose strength is his aggressive dribbling ability. As he can play on both left and right sides, he is suitable as a competitor or backup resource to Son Heung-min and Dejan Kulusevski.카지노
Fabricio Romano, a transfer market expert, announced surprising news in early July, saying, “Tottenham has concluded a verbal agreement with Manor Solomon. He will join Tottenham as a free agent. The contract period is 5 years.” And soon after, he wore a Tottenham uniform without a transfer fee.
However, Shakhtar hopes that they can reach an agreement with Tottenham on paying the transfer fee. In fact, Solomon would not have been able to transfer to the FA if FIFA had not enacted special regulations in the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Solomon’s existing contract ran until December 2023. Accordingly, Shakhtar is hoping to receive at least the 6.5 million euros in transfer fee they spent to recruit Solomon. Currently, Solomon is going through a smooth adjustment period by appearing in 5 league games (2 as a starter, 3 as a substitute) and providing 2 assists.