CSKA Moscow are actively building the team for the next season even though the season ended just a week ago.
The Russian club announced via its official website that it will keep Aaron Jackson, Vladimir Micov and Alexey Zozulin for the next season.
The news further confirm speculations that CSKA’s main point guard Milos Teodosic will be forced to leave the team after a rather disappointing season finale for the second year in a row.
The acquisition of Jeremy Pargo as well as the extension of Aaron Jackson’s contract means that there’s no room for the third one who could play a significant role next season.
CKSA won its last Euroleague title back in 2008 and, despite big spending, was unable to climb to the top since.
The club is yet again willing to go deep in its pocket hoping it will bring success next season.