Manor Solomon’s Injury Update: Tottenham Forward Undergoes Minor Knee Surgery

Tottenham Hotspur’s forward, Manor Solomon, recently underwent minor surgery on his right knee, the club confirmed on Tuesday, 19 March. The procedure aimed to address an issue with his meniscus. Following the surgery, Solomon will continue his rehabilitation under the guidance of the club’s medical staff.

This setback adds to Solomon’s challenges this season, as the summer signing has been limited to just six appearances due to various injury concerns. Last month, he faced a setback after undergoing surgery on his right knee. Despite ongoing efforts, Solomon has not yet returned to team training, as confirmed by manager Postecoglou earlier this month. While there’s progress in his recovery, he still has a significant way to go before rejoining the group.

Born on July 24, 1999, Manor Solomon is an Israeli professional footballer known for his versatility as a winger or attacking midfielder. He began his senior career at Maccabi Petah Tikva, where he made his debut at the age of 17. Solomon quickly made an impact, scoring his first Israeli Premier League goal in January 2017.

Despite his recent injury setbacks, Solomon has been recognized for his talent and potential. He was named in’s “50 for the Future: Ones to Watch for 2018–19,” highlighting his promising career trajectory.

While Solomon’s potential return date remains uncertain, Tottenham Hotspur fans eagerly await his recovery and eventual return to the pitch, where his skills and contributions are highly valued.