A midfielder has grown up at the Panathinaikos Club in Athens Kostas Mitoglou received another offer from the Euroleague team.
According to Eurohoops.net, the 25-year-old Greek found himself on the radar of the Milan Armani Exchange team. The team, led by Ettore Messina, offers a two-year contract.
Prior to this, according to Walla Sports, Mitoglou’s three-year offer was made by Panathinaikos’ principal rival, Piraeus Olympiakos.
Panathinaikos also wants to preserve the 210 cm center that played in the breaking season.
Mitoglou cherishes the dream of benefiting from NBA doors and would now like to sign a non-long-term contract in Europe.
The tall-white tall since 2017 has played an average of 20 minutes in the Euroleague this season, scoring 9.3 points, bouncing 5.4 balls and scoring 11.3 utility points.