Italian coach signed a deal with the Turkish team after leading Montepaschi Siena to another title in Italy.
There are several reports from Turkish media that the Italian coach signed a two year deal with the club, but Fenerbahce has not made official the terms of contract.
Even without an actual report of this sign, the NTVSport channel as already pointed that David Andersen could be possibly heading to the club joining that way Pianigiani, who was his coach in Italy.
Simone Pianigiani leaves Siena after clinching six consecutive titles, two Euroleague Final Four’s and several national trophies since 2006 when he became a head coach. He’s also the currently Italian national team head coach.