Posté par neLendirekt,
Natus Vincere is currently experiencing a hectic player break. After a disappointing first half of the season, the Ukrainian club would like to move on to an international roster. According to our sources, talks have begun with Aleksi "Aleksib" Virolainen and Ivan "iM" Mihai. According to blix, Justinas "jL" Lekavicius is also in talks.
The NAVI roster starts to shape up! A few days ago, we learned from Dexerto that the Ukrainian organization was about to part ways with Andrij "npl" Kukharsjkyj and was looking to expand internationally.

According to our sources in collab with Dexerto, Natus Vincere is interested in Ivan "iM" Mihai, the revelation of the last major. The young Romanian reached the final in Paris, finishing his tournament with an average HLTV rating of 1.35, making him the second best player of the tournament. As a result, the #7 team in the world have expressed their interest and talks have begun. Another hard blow for GL after the reported departure of Kamil "siuhy" Szkaradek for MOUZ.

Another player rumoured to be joining the Ukrainian club is Aleksi "Aleksib" Virolainen. Still according to our sources, The Finnish leader is on the org's radar talks are ongoing with NIP to sign the former ENCE player. A dream opportunity for the 26-year-old, who could bounce back after his failed spells with G2 and then NIP.

According to Blix, the winners of the PGL Major Stockholm has also reached an agreement with Justinas "jL" Lekavicius. Information we can confirm. The recent semi-finalist at the Paris Major is said to be highly sought-after on the transfer market, but the Lithuanian would like to join Natus Vincere.

However, despite various talks, nothing has yet been signed. Depending how things evolve, Denis "electronic" Sharipov and Ilya "Perfecto" Zalutskiy are also not 100% out of the picture. If all these talks come to fruition, NAVI could look something like this:

ua Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyljev
ua Valerij "b1t" Vakhovsjkyj
fi Aleksi "Aleksib" Virolainen
ro Ivan "iM" Mihai
lt Justinas "jL" Lekavicius

ua Andrij "B1ad3" Ghorodensjkyj (coach)