Read Up “Manor Solomon’s medical brings Tottenham’s next summer acquisition closer.” Spurs have been very active during this transfer window, as evidenced by their acquisition of goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario and midfielder James Maddison.

In the meantime, they have converted the loan stints of Pedro Porro and Dejan Klusevski into permanent moves.

They are also getting ready to make the official announcement that Israeli forward Solomon will be joining them on a free transfer.

Solomon had a productive loan season with Fulham, scoring five goals in 24 games across all competitions. His performance at Fulham was very impressive.

After the completion of his contract with Ukrainian powerhouses Shakhtar Donetsk, he is now free to pursue other opportunities.

According to Sky Sports, the 23-year-old has reached an agreement with Spurs for a contract that will last for four years.

Manor Solomon's Medical Brings Tottenham's Next Summer Acquisition Closer
Manor Solomon’s Medical Brings Tottenham’s Next Summer Acquisition Closer

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According to reports, Burnley and Borussia Dortmund are close to agreeing to a loan agreement for defender Soumalia Coulibali.

According to Sky Sports, the athlete, who is only 19 years old, is currently undergoing a physical examination in preparation for his transfer to Turf Moor.

It has been stated that Burnley has the option of making the transition of the teenager from his temporary stay to a permanent one at a cost of £15 million.

The Clarets will make Coulibaly their fifth player addition of the summer window after the team was relegated to the Premier League and subsequent promotion to the top division.

The club has brought in goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux, striker Michael Obafemi, defenders Jordan Beyer and Dara O’Shea, and forward Michael Obafemi. In addition, the squad has recruited forward Michael Obafemi.

In the midst of everything that is happening, Bunrley is inching closer and closer to finalizing the signing of James Trafford, who is currently the goalkeeper for Manchester City.