FC Bayern Munich and Leon Radosevic reached an agreement to keep working together for at least one more year, the club announced Monday. Radosevic (2.08 meters, 31 years old) signed a one-year contract with an option for another season. He averaged 3.4 points and 2.1 rebounds in 37 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague games last season, in which he helped Bayern reach the playoffs for the first time and lift the German Cup trophy.
Radosevic started his career with Cibona Zagreb of Croatia, and also played for AX Armani Exchange Milan of Italy, Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius of Lithuania, Brose Bamberg and ALBA Berlin of Germany and Besiktas Istanbul of Turkey. In 231 EuroLeague career games with Cibona, Milan, Rytas, ALBA, Bamberg and Bayern, Radosevic has amassed 1,347 points and 647 rebounds. He helped Cibona win the Croatian League title in 2010 and is a three-time German League champion - with Bamberg in 2016 and 2017, and with Bayern in 2019. He also won two more German Cup crowns - with ALBA in 2014 and Bamberg in 2017. He also helped Croatia win respective bronze medals at the 2008 U18 European Championships and the 2009 U19 World Cup.