Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul announced on Friday that it had signed swingman Marko Guduric, who returns to the club after a year away, on a contract that will last until 2023. Guduric (1.96 meters, 25 years old) played for Memphis in the NBA last season, where he averaged 3.9 points in 44 games. Before that he played two seasons with Fenerbahce and helped the club reach the EuroLeague Final Four in both of them. Guduric averaged 9.4 points on 47.7% three-point shooting over 36 EuroLeague games in the second of those seasons. He also helped Fenerbahce win the 2018 Turkish championship and the 2019 Turkish Cup.
Guduric is a product of the Crvena Zvezda Belgrade youth system and made his professional debut on loan to FMP. He returned to Zvezda in 2015 and played two seasons there, during which he made his EuroLeague debut and won the Adriatic and Serbian League titles twice and the Serbian Cup once. Guduric has also played for the Serbian national team, with which he won the silver medal at EuroBasket 2017.