Maccabi Petah Tikva president Avi Luzon believes that Fulham’s Manor Solomon, who is rumoured to be on Tottenham’s radar, has the ability to become a €100 million footballer.
Solomon who made his name at Shakhtar Donetsk has seen his career stall a bit over the last 12 months after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which led to the suspension of football in the country.
The 23-year-old completed a loan move to Craven Cottage in January and although he is yet to start a Premier League match, he has proven more than a handful off the bench.
Soloman has found the back of the net as a substitute in Fulham’s last three league games against Nottingham Forest, Brighton and Wolves.
Solomon was handed a start in the FA Cup fifth-round clash against Leeds on Wednesday, and he scored another beauty in the 56th minute, playing a lovely-one two with Aleksandar Mitrovic before curling the ball into the far corner from the edge of the box.
Israeli publication Ynet reported earlier this week that Fulham are keen on snapping up the winger on a permanent transfer in the summer but added that the Cottagers are expected to face competition from both Tottenham and Arsenal.
Luzon is in no doubt that the Israeli international is destined for the very top, suggesting that he is severely undervalued at the moment.
The Maccabi Petah Tikva president told Sport5 about Solomon: “Stars like him can only be sold for millions abroad.
“These young players should go abroad at the age of 19 and 20, because this gives them a chance to reach the greatest levels.
“For me, he is worth €100 million. But if we are realistic, we can talk about €15 million.”
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Conte has spoken about Tottenham lacking enough attackers who are good in one vs one situations and the club have been linked with the likes of Allan Saint-Maximin and Wilfried Zaha.
Solomon is another player who would fit into that mould as he seems exceptional at carrying the ball.
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