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Shakhtar Donetsk winger Manor Solomon 'interested in Arsenal move'

Manor Solomon 'interested in Arsenal move'
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Shakhtar Donestk winger Manor Solomon is reportedly open to a move to Arsenal and has enlisted the services of agent Pini Zahavi to help secure a Premier League switch.

Shakhtar Donetsk winger Manor Solomon is reportedly keen to secure a move to Arsenal in the January transfer window.

The 21-year-old, whom the Gunners are supposedly interested in, has caught the eye with a number of impressive performances both domestically and in Europe this term.

Solomon scored in both of Shakhtar's memorable Champions League victories over Real Madrid earlier in the season, and he is reportedly pining for a move to the Premier League.

According to, the prospect of a potential transfer to Arsenal excites Solomon, and superagent Pini Zahavi is now working with the player to help him achieve his Premier League dream.

Zahavi reportedly touched base with former Arsenal head of football Raul Sanllehi regarding a move for Solomon before he left the Emirates, and the report claims that there is optimism over a potential deal this month, but it is very early days.

Solomon has also scored three goals and set up one more in the Ukrainian top flight this term, but reports of Arsenal having just £20m to spend this month could potentially scupper a move.

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