With Ioannis Gelios, Holstein Kiel leaves a goalkeeper this summer, this gap has now been closed with Tim Schreiber. The 20-year-old comes from RB Leipzig, where he became a professional in 2020. In February last year, Schreiber was borrowed to Halle in the 3rd league, where the Freitaler and U-20 international was in 25 competitive games between the posts.
Now the promotion to the 2nd league follows, at the fjord, Schreiber should take the next step in the coming two seasons. “We are very happy to have found the goalkeeper with Tim Schreiber, who fits exactly in our desired profile,” Uwe Stöver, Managing Director Sport of the KSV, is quoted in a club notification. “He is young, very well trained at RB Leipzig and has some experience in the professional sector,” continued Stöver.
Schreiber also receives praise from his future goalkeeper coach Patrik Borger: “Tim is a very complete goalkeeper with an exceptionally good overall package. His decision to go to Halle as an A-youth from RB Leipzig, and his way to quickly go to the tram goalkeeper there Developing also testifies to its determination and a strong mentality. “