Some of the biggest stars in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague changed clubs over the summer, which has led to plenty of intrigue among supporters. Four former EuroLeague MVPs are among a host of household names who will be looking to hit the ground running in new uniforms for the 2022-23 season.
Vesely's new challenge in Barcelona
Jan Vesely packed his bags and left Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul after eight years at the club to join FC Barcelona this summer. The 2019 EuroLeague MVP, who won a EuroLeague title with Fenerbahce in 2017, will link up with Czech national team teammate and close friend Tomas Satoransky at Palau Blaugrana. Barca hopes that both will help end the club's wait to lift its first EuroLeague trophy since 2010. Should the 32-year-old Vesely reach the heights that many Barca fans are expecting from him, a very successful season could be in store.