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14 January 2021 22:41

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  • “I think the bigger transfers will happen in the summer, because January is always difficult,” said Katsav.

“I think the bigger transfers will happen in the summer, because January is always difficult,” said Katsav.

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Agent responds to Arsenal wanting Manor Solomon – HITC

Arsenal have up to €20million (£17.8m) to spend in the January transfer window, according to reports. Arsenal are linked with a host of players as Mikel Arteta looks to replenish his squad. However, Arteta is keen on offloading players first. How Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta must line up when every player is fit Left-back Sead Kolasinac and defender William Saiba have left the club on loan, with goalkeeper Matt Macey moving to Hibernian on a permanent transfer. Mesut Ozil looks set to leave at some point this month, with Turkish side Fenerbahce favourites to sign the former Germany international.

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And Greek centre-back Sokratis Papastathopoulos is attracting interest from across Europe. But Arsenal are likely to only receive nominal fees, if anything, for the likes of Ozil and Sokratis, and are just keen on shifting their wages off the books. JUST IN: Alan Shearer explains why Man Utd have overtaken Liverpool in Premier League Your opinions matter to us times; Feedback 0 / 5 Arsenal have seen Emile Smith Rowe shine of light, but creative midfield players are still being linked with moves to North London. This week, a new name has emerged, with The Guardian reporting that the Gunners are keen on signing Shakhtar Donetsk talent Manor Solomon A move would only materialise in the summer rather than this month, but Solomon is certainly a fascinating name. Your Club's Best Player's WORST Ever FIFA Rating Ranked brid 807334 Your Club's Best Player's WORST Ever FIFA Rating Ranked /static/uploads/2021/01/702788_t_1610617182.jpg 702788 center The 21-year-old has scored five times in 17 games this season, and appears to be on Arsenal's radar ahead a potential move.

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Compared to Eden Hazard by some, Solomon can play on either flank or as a number 10, and that kind of versatility is what Arsenal may be looking for in the final third. Now, Solomon's agent Ronen Katsav has told Sport5 in Israel that he thinks 'anything can happen' having been asked about a move to Arsenal. Katsav added that a deal is more likely in the summer than right now, believing the winter window is difficult and even more so now because of the global pandemic. "I think the bigger transfers will happen in the summer, because January is always difficult," said Katsav. "Secondly, the pandemic is affecting the market, and things will be clearer in the summer than now.

But anything can happen," he added. Photo by Diego Souto/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images In other news, Report: Wolves give up on signing striker who was on their three-man shortlist