A little over a month ago, Boris Kleiman Did not rule out the possibility He will return to Israel after two years overseas. The 29-year-old goalkeeper was a candidate for Maccabi Haifa, Maccabi Netanya and Bnei Yehuda. Kleiman, who experienced a difficult season in a Paralimni uniform and wanted to change the atmosphere, managed to stay abroad when today (Saturday) he signed for two years with the Greek team Volos, which finished in 11th place last year.
The goalkeeper signed through his agents Adam Kidan and Gilad Katsav after landing in Athens last night and having already passed the medical tests this morning. He will be the team’s senior goalkeeper and will try to lead it to a more successful season. He, too, on a personal level will be happy to improve his numbers as last year in 20 league games he conceded 37 goals and kept a clean sheet only four times.
Kleiman He said excitedly: “Happy to take a step forward and get to a better league. “When I decided to leave Betar in favor of a modest club like Paralemini, I set goals for myself and I am very happy about moving to Greece.”
As you may recall, Kleiman left Betar Jerusalem in the summer of 2018 after four years. The baptism of fire in the Premier League took place in the Hapoel Kfar Saba uniform in the 2008/09 season. Kleiman, who grew up at Hapoel Tel Aviv, returned to the Reds in January 2010 after being loaned out to Maccabi Herzliya for six months. He was later loaned to Hapoel Kfar Saba for one season.