Report: Tottenham do not expect first-team player to return from injury this season

Football Insider have revealed that Tottenham Hotspur do not expect Manor Solomon to play again this season after his decision to have surgery.

Things have not gone according to plan for Solomon in his first season at Spurs. The winger has not kicked a ball since suffering a meniscus injury back in August of last year and is yet to score his first goal for the club.

The 24-year-old has had some setbacks in his road to recovery and he himself took to Instagram recently to admit that the past few months have been ‘the most difficult and frustrating’ time of his career.

Last week, Spurs confirmed that the Israel international underwent minor surgery to the meniscus on his right knee but they did not provide any information regarding his expected recovery time.

Manor Solomon
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Manor Solomon will not play again this season

Football Insider have now revealed that the expectation at Hotspur Way is that Solomon will not be available for the rest of the season.

Given the long layoff he has had from the game, the backroom staff allegedly believe that it would be difficult for the winger to get up to speed before the campaign comes to an end in May.

As a result, they are expecting the former Fulham man to rejoin training at the start of pre-season ahead of the 2024-25 campaign.

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It has to be extremely dispiriting for footballers when they are deprived of doing the one thing they love for such a long time, particularly if there is no clarity on their return date, which has been the case for Solomon for much of the season.

Hopefully, the winger is able to put his injury problems behind him and reports to pre-season fit and is raring to go. 

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