The transfer of Shakhtar winger and Israeli national team Manor Solomon to Fulham, which was reported in mid-April almost as a fait accompli, is on the verge of collapse.
According to insider Fabrizio Romano, earlier Shakhtar and Fulham verbally agreed on a deal, but now there are “serious problems” between the clubs.
The latter fact is ready to take advantage of other clubs interested in signing Solomon, which the source does not name.
Manor Solomon-Fulham deal is on the verge of collapse, despite being verbally agreed for one month and confirmed as ‘imminent’ by the player. ⚠️🇮🇱 #transfers
There are serious issues – and other clubs are now entering the race to sign Solomon, huge opportunity on the market. pic.twitter.com/BxKx3dQ1uz
– Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 20, 2022
It is noteworthy that Solomon himself had previously stated that he would be in the Premier League next season with a high degree of probability.
It was reported that Shakhtar would receive a very modest 7 million pounds for Solomon, and also retain 15% of the economic rights to the player.