Anything can fail but starter solenoids are fairly robust. Good chance that the one that you replaced was OK.
+1 on the battery being dead.
"If i try to push the ignition while it does that it practically drains the battery"
If you're monitoring the voltage while it tries to crank, it should drop a volt or so due to the draw through the starter. More than that is a toasted battery. What's probably happening is that the solenoid closes, the starter draw drops the voltage way down, there isn't enough voltage to keep the solenoid closed so it opens, the voltage recovers, and the cycle repeats. Hence the clicking.
As you're new to bikes, don't jumper from a car. That's too much for the bike's electrics.