Boris Kleiman on his way to the next stop in his career. The goalkeeper who left the Cypriot parliament after two years and is considered a free agent took off today (Friday) for Athens to sign for Greek side Volos. In doing so, Kleiman will continue for a third season overseas after parting ways with Betar Jerusalem in the summer of 2018.
The 29-year-old goalkeeper has summed up his terms for the season and will earn 100,000 euros. He finished the season in Cyprus in tenth place at the bottom of the table along with his team and made a total of 48 appearances in two years in which he absorbed 81 and kept a clean sheet ten times.
Now, he is on his way to a new team – Volos, which finished the season in 11th place in the Greek league and is expected to be the sixth team in the goalkeeper’s career after Hapoel Kfar Saba, Hapoel Tel Aviv, Maccabi Herzliya, Betar and, as mentioned, Parlamini.