Manor Solomon is set to undergo a medical with Tottenham after agreeing to join the club as a free agent on a four-year deal.
Solomon, who impressed while on loan at Fulham last season, is without a club after his contract with Ukrainian club Shakhtar Donetsk expired at the end of June.
The 23-year-old forward scored four goals in 19 Premier League appearances for Fulham in the campaign just gone.
Shakhtar Donetsk are furious about the FIFA ruling which has allowed non-Ukrainian players to suspend their contracts due to Russia’s invasion of the country.
The Ukrainian club have argued that it has cost them transfer fees on their foreign players, who they were willing to sell, rendering the ruling, in their view, redundant.
Solomon had six months left on his Shakhtar contract, which was due to expire in December this year, but the extension of the FIFA ruling for another year takes it beyond the end of the deal, allowing him to leave for free.
Tottenham will host the Ukrainian side in a charity match this summer and the proceeds will go to the Shakhtar Social charity foundation, which has provided financial, humanitarian and medical support to families across Ukraine since the Russian invasion.
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