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Manor Solomon has been declared effectively ‘out for the season’

Manor Solomon (24), who is recovering from injury, has been declared effectively ‘out for the season’. This is good news for his on-loan rival Timo Werner (28, Tottenham). Filling Solomon’s void will help him fulfill his dream of a ‘permanent’ move to Spurs.

“It is unlikely that the winger (who is recovering from injury) will be back on the pitch this season,” Football Insider reported on May 25.

Solomon joined Tottenham last summer. He is good with both feet and can play on both the left and right flanks. He is not very tall at 170 centimeters, but he has quick feet and a sharp shot.

Solomon began to make a name for himself in world soccer in January 2019 when he moved to Ukrainian club Shakhtar Donetsk.

He scored 22 goals in 106 games for Shakhtar, winning two league titles and two cup competitions. Solomon also rattled the net for Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League (UCL), scoring the winner in a 3-2 victory.

Solomon already has experience in the English Premier League (EPL). He spent a year on loan at promoted Fulham last season before joining Tottenham. 카지노사이트 추천 Looking to strengthen their flanks, Spurs made Solomon a free agent.

Solomon was expected to be the backup and new partner to Son Heung-min.

Indeed, Solomon showed flashes of brilliance during the preseason tour.

He made his first start against Burnley in September of last year, assisting on two of Son’s goals, and the expectations seemed to be coming true, but that’s as far as they went.

Solomon’s career was derailed by injury. Solomon went down with a torn meniscus in training last October and hasn’t played a single game since. By then, there were only 10 games left in the league schedule. Solomon’s record still stood at two assists in five league games.

Initially, Solomon was expected to be back in about four months, but he’s still rehabbing. He even underwent a second surgery last week.

“Solomon underwent minor surgery on the meniscus in his right knee on March 19,” the Spurs said. He will continue his rehabilitation with our medical staff.”

Solomon added: “I’m just focused on rehab and getting back on the field. This last period has been the hardest and most frustrating of my career. Over the past five months, I’ve done everything I can to get back to doing what I love most, but unfortunately, I’m still not fully recovered.”

As a result, it’s likely we won’t see Solomon on the field until the 2024-2025 season. As Football Insider notes, “Solomon could return to training before the end of the season. However, because he’s been out for so long, the club believes it will be difficult for him to return in time for the season.”

Head coach Enzi Postecoglu is also in no hurry.

“There is no real progress. Solomon is still not comfortable with his injury. We will give him the time he needs to recover. “I don’t know (about his return this season), I don’t want to put pressure on him. Whenever a player goes through a period like this, the important thing is not to give a firm deadline or a definite announcement.”

Luckily, Tottenham have a player who can take Solomon’s place. Werner, who joined on loan from RB Leipzig (Germany) in January.

Since his arrival, Werner hasn’t missed an EPL game until the March A-match window. He’s been mostly a substitute, but he’s still been on the pitch enough to keep his feet on the ground.

While his lack of finishing has been highlighted by his lack of finishing ability and his two goals and two assists are disappointing for a striker, his presence in the absence of Solomon is a big boost for Spurs.

In the meantime, Tottenham have been toying with the idea of making Werner a permanent signing.

Werner’s contract with Spurs runs until the end of the season and includes a release clause (£15 million).

“Werner is keen to stay at Tottenham,” British outlet The Hardtackle reported on April 22.

“Werner’s permanent move will depend on whether Tottenham qualify for the UCL next season,” it said.

With 10 games remaining in the EPL this season, Spurs are fifth in the standings, behind Aston Villa (56 points), who have played one more game. 안전놀이터 Spurs are looking to move up a spot. The results of their remaining matches will determine who will qualify for the next Champions League, which is awarded to the top four teams.

Tottenham’s realistic goal is to finish in the ‘big four’. After that, they want to go into next season with a strong pre-season.

For Werner, the most important thing to make his mark on Spurs is to perform strongly in the remaining 10 games. In this situation, his ‘rival’ Solomon is likely to be out for the season as he continues his lengthy injury recovery. Solomon’s situation works in Werner’s favor.

Still, Werner’s most pressing need is to erase his lack of goalscoring prowess.

Fabrizio Romano, who is well versed in the European transfer market, recently gave some positive news. “Tottenham are happy that Werner has started to build a (good) relationship with the players, both on and off the pitch. The club is happy with him.”

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