New Toronto FC II goalkeeper Eric Klenofsky in action on loan with the Richmond Kickers during the 2017 USL Championship season. | Photo courtesy Pattie Anderson / Richmond Kickers
TORONTO – Toronto FC II announced four signings on Tuesday morning, including the arrival of goalkeeper Eric Klenofsky ahead of the 2019 USL League One season. Joining Klenofsky on TFC II’s squad are defender Franco Ramos and midfielder Ralph Priso. The club also announced it had signed Luke Singh and sent him on loan to Swedish club Brøndby IF.
Klenofsky most recently played for Hapoel Marmorek F.C. of Liga Leumit (the second level of Israeli football) where he appeared in 16 matches across all competitions. Klenofsky was originally drafted by D.C. United in the 2017 MLS SuperDraft. Klenofsky made one appearance for the Richmond Kickers of the USL during the 2017 season.
The 24-year-old played college soccer at Monmouth University where he was named the 2016 MAAC Co-Goalkeeper of the Year and a member of the 2016 All-MAAC Second Team. In 2015, he was the MAAC Goalkeeper of the Year and named to the 2015 All-MAAC First Team.
Ramos most recently played for the Club Atlético Boca Juniors (Boca Juniors) academy and reserve teams where he severed as team captain. He was on trial with Toronto FC from September until November 2018.
Priso split time last season between the U-16 / U-17 and U-18 / U-19 teams, as the 16-year-old appeared in 13 matches, registering four goals between both teams.
Singh spent the past two seasons with the Toronto FC Academy. The 18-year-old appeared in 10 matches last season with the Toronto FC Academy U-18 / U-19 team, registering one goal. Singh originally joined the Toronto FC Academy on January 1, 2017. At the age of 13, he made his debut for the Canadian youth program at an identification camp in 2014.