Johannes Voigtmann drawing interest from Armani Exchange Milan

Orazio Cauchi
Staff Writer
2022-04-28 21:24
Credit: FIBA
Credit FIBA

With the EuroLeague season now over for Armani Exchange Milan, the Italian club are now focusing on reshaping the roster for next season. 

As previously reported, Armani Exchange and Kevin Pangos already have an agreement in principle for the next season. But coach Ettore Messina's side is also looking at how to reinforce their frontcourt. 

With Kaleb Tarczewski on an expiring deal and unlikely to sign a new one, and the uncertainty surrounding the status of Dinos Mitoglou, who's currently out after being found positive at an anti-doping test, Armani Exchange Milan are looking with interest at the situation of German big man Johannes Voigtmann, sources told BasketNews and Moses Barda of One.co. 

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Milan had already shown interest in Voigtmann last summer, sources told BasketNews, but in the end, the player remained in Moscow for another season. 

But with the current state of things in Russia, Voigtmann is not expected to re-join the team anytime soon and will most likely look for a new experience. 

The Italian club is also negotiating a contract extension with veteran big man Kyle Hines, who's also on an expiring deal. He's expected to remain with the Italian team for next season.



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