Olympic silver medalist Christodoulos Kolomvos left Olympiacos and returned to the Turkish club Enka.
This is one of the transfers that were expected during this summer.
A few days ago, Olympiacos said goodbye to Kolomvos. Today, Enka confirmed that Kolomvos returned to the club.
Kolomvos (34) started his career in his hometown Patras. He played for NO Patras until 2009 when he moved to Olympiacos. He was a member of Olympiacos on two occasions (2009 – 2017 and 2021 – 2023). Between 2017 and 2021 he played for Enka, the club he arrived at for the second time.
His most significant success was the Olympic silver medal in Tokyo 2021. Besides the medal in Tokyo, Kolomvos won bronze at the 2015 World Championships, two bronzes in the World League (2016 and 2020) and medals at the Mediterranean Games.
Kolomvos retired from the national team after the Tokyo Olympics.
Playing for Olympiacos, he won 18 trophies (nine Greek Leagues and eight national Cups), 2nd place in the 2016 Champions League.
This summer, two experienced center-forwards left Olympiacos. Before Kolomvos, Konstantinos Mourikis departed from the club and joined Panionios. They will be replaced by Luka Loncar (Pro Recco) and Dimitrios Nikolaidis (Vouliagmeni), but these transfers haven't been confirmed by the club yet.