Short answer - maybe
VMware is a proprietary, binary only application.
As a long time user of VMware products I know - you may have success - and most likely you will get issues when Manjaro is updated.
VMware is extremely stable on supported platforms and VMware maintains a list of supported host operating systems.
Manjaro is not the list. Manjaro's base Arch Linux is not on the list either.
Why is that
Manjaro is a rolling release and not suited to the fixed release model of VMware.
Manjaro receives updates to core system files so often, it tend to break VMware. VMware on Manjaro and Arch based systems is - at best - stable until the next update.
Then what to do?
Use VirtualBox or another KVM application or use one of the supported operating systems.