February 1, 2024

Solomon joined Spurs on a free transfer from Shakhtar Donetsk after impressing while on loan at Fulham.


But he has had an unfortunate start to his career at the North London club. He suffered an injury in October during training and has been out since then, missing a total of 16 games so far, 17 including the one against Brentford today.


He was expected back earlier in January and was even said to be ahead of James Maddison in terms of return.


However, not only has he not recovered yet, he has also suffered a significant setback,


Speaking to Tottenham News, Dr.Brar claimed that the player has had his meniscus repaired, but there have been some complications with his recovery.


He added that the latest setback will see the player miss another month of action with his expected return date now in March.


He said:


“He had a meniscus injury to his knee and based on timeline, has the meniscus repaired.


“I don’t put too much stock into initial timelines, especially for injuries with extended absences, so the timeline being pushed out initially didn’t surprise me that much.


“However, he’s suffered a setback from what is a complicated recovery.


“I reckon he’s likely to be out for another month. It’ll take him some time to get back to training as well.“


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