Manor Solomon remains keen on a Premier League move and Pini Zahavi is in contact with Arsenal’s Edu on the winger’s behalf.

Shakhtar Donetsk's Israeli forward Manor Solomon (C) scores a goal during the UEFA Champions League group B football match between Real Madrid and Shakhtar Donetsk at the Alfredo di Stefano stadium in Valdebebas on the outskirts of Madrid on October 21, 2020. (Photo by GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP via Getty Images)
Shakhtar Donetsk’s Israeli forward Manor Solomon (C) scores a goal during the UEFA Champions League group B football match between Real Madrid and Shakhtar Donetsk at the Alfredo di Stefano stadium in Valdebebas on the outskirts of Madrid on October 21, 2020. (Photo by GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP via Getty Images)

Football.London report that Manor Solomon is keen on a Premier League summer transfer, with Shakhtar Donetsk setting a £21m valuation for him.

The player’s family would reportedly be delighted with the move, and ‘super agent’ Pini Zahavi is in talks with Arsenal on his behalf. It’s not just Arsenal though, with Solomon using Zahavi to contact multiple Premier League clubs.

“There are talks with teams from England, there are things that can happen in the summer,” Solomon confirmed earlier this year. “My dream is to play in England and it also seems to me the most realistic option for me. And teams in England can pay.”

Various sources including The Guardian and the Daily Mail join Football.London in linking the 21-year-old winger with a potential move to Arsenal this summer. In January, the Daily Mail claimed Arsenal were planning a summer bid for the forward.

Solomon has 11 goals and one assist in 35 appearances this season. Most of those came in the Ukrainian Premier Liga, but two of the goals were against Real Madrid in the Champions League.

Solomon has been called up by Israel for the latest round of international fixtures.

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