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Call of Duty • Aug 22, 2018

Sources: Heretics Offered $115k Transfer Fee for Spanish CoD Pro MethodZ

Sources: Heretics Offered $115k Transfer Fee for Spanish CoD Pro MethodZ
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LVP SuperLiga Champions MAD Lions EC have made contact with Team Heretics to confirm their willingness to buy out two members of their Call of Duty roster.

As first reported by Dexerto ES, the Madrid based club have expressed their interest in signing MethodZ and JurNii, both of whom represented Heretics at the 2018 CWL Championships.

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MAD Lions has reportedly offered to pay €100,000 (approximately $115,000) to buy Jorge 'MethodZ' Bancells out from his current contract, while the amount required to obtain Juan ‘JurNii’ González is currently unknown.

With the Call of Duty: World War II season now finished, teams are wasting little time in attempting to build new rosters for the upcoming Black Ops 4 season.

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MethodZ has represented Team Heretics since August of 2017 and reportedly has a buyout price of around $100,000.

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At time of writing, neither MAD Lions nor Team Heretics have commented publicly on the proposed transfers, and and the players in question are currently still under contract.

It is unclear whether MAD Lions are planning to include any of their current players in the trade offer as they attempt to secure the services of MethodZ and JurNii.

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Team Heretics are coming off the back of an impressive performance at the 2018 CWL Championships, where they beat Epsilon Esports and took both Lightning Pandas and eventual runners up Team Kaliber to deciding maps.

With players moving already, it will be fascinating to see how teams line up heading into the first CWL event of the Black Ops 4 season, December 7-9 in Las Vegas.

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