Former Chelsea boss explains what Manor Solomon told him about joining Spurs

Former Chelsea boss Avram Grant has described Manor Solomon as a ‘special player’ and backed the winger to succeed at Tottenham.

Given that Solomon joined Tottenham in the summer on a free transfer, it is safe to assume that the majority of people did not anticipate him to be a regular starter for the team this year.

The 24-year-old is vying for a spot in Ange Postecoglou’s starting eleven among players like Dejan Kulusevski, Son Heung-min, Richarlison, Ivan Perisic, and Brennan Johnson.

The winger was included in the starting lineup for the team’s most recent two games against Burnley and Sheffield United, so it appears that the Australian has swiftly warmed to the player.

The Israeli international has given the Spurs assault a new dimension. He has already contributed two assists and has established himself as a regular threat in the final third thanks to his ability to get past defenders in one-on-one situations.

Avram Grant thinks Solomon will be a Spurs success

Grant has no doubts that the quick winger belongs at the highest level and is certain that Solomon is among the best in the world at beating his man.

Regarding his fellow countryman, the former Chelsea manager said to Ynet: “Manor is a unique player; he was excellent at Fulham. He is ecstatic to be at Tottenham and has developed his killing instinct, according to our conversation.

He is one of the greatest at one-on-one combat, which is what makes him stand out. In every way, he is a Premier League player.

Solomon will undoubtedly be a valuable asset for Tottenham during the course of the season, whether he starts or enters as a key substitution.

The Israeli player currently seems the most likely to be replaced if Ange chooses to give Brennan Johnson a start after Kulusevski scored on Saturday.


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