The on going rostermania in the European Call of Duty scene is causing the formation of some very interesting teams, with latest involving Red Reserve and UNILAD.
Earlier on May 3rd, Red Reserve announced Joshua-Lee "Joshh" Sheppard would depart, replaced by former UNILAD player Matthew "Skrapz" Marshall.
Neither Red Reserve or any other potential team have announced Joshh's destination, but sources have confirmed to Dexerto that Red Reserve paid UNILAD a considerable fee for Skrapz, in addition to the transfer of Joshh.
According to our source, Red Reserve paid £60,000 plus the transfer of Joshh's contract in order to acquire Skrapz' services.
This leaves UNILAD now in control of Joshh's contract, however he will not take Skrapz' place on the starting lineup for Stage Two of the CWL Pro League.
Joshh will instead be traded once more from UNILAD, to Splyce - who UNILAD reportedly beat out of the deal with Red Reserve initially.
To fill out their own roster, it is rumored that UNILAD will recruit former Cyclone player Zach "Zed" Denyer.
Red Reserve (Confirmed)