Manor Solomon has suspended his contract with Shakhtar Donetsk to sign for Fulham. He has signed a two year deal with the club.
The Cottagers announced: “The Club is now in a position to confirm that an agreement has been reached with Manor Solomon to sign the player on a deal until 30 June 2023.
“Following a FIFA ruling that allows Ukraine-based players – who are not Ukrainian nationals – to suspend their contract, Solomon exercised this option, prior to agreeing terms with Fulham.
“After the suspension of the contract, FIFA issued an updated regulation that states that players in this situation cannot be registered until 1 August 2022. As a result, the Club will be applying for an international transfer certificate for Solomon on that date.”
“I’m really happy and delighted to be here at Fulham. And I can’t wait to feel the special atmosphere at Craven Cottage,” Solomon said. “I also want to send a big hug to my friends and supporters in Ukraine. You are in my thoughts.”
Tony Khan added: “I’m excited to welcome Manor Solomon to Fulham for the next year.
“So we know that he’ll work hard for our Club. And we believe that he can produce and make valuable contributions for us in the Premier League!
“Come on Fulham!”