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G2 Esports Is Not Willing To Sell m0NESY

30 Oct 2023
Tit Krajnik 30 Oct 2023
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  • G2 Esports isn't willing to sell its star AWPer for "any price"
  • The European esports organisation mad the statement amid transfer rumours
  • This likely makes Ilya "m0NESY" Osipov's transfer to Team Falcons impossible
Ilya "m0NESY" Osipov
Amid the ongoing rumours of Team Falcons building a Counter-Strike super team and targeting G2's Ilya "m0NESY" Osipov, G2 Esports General Manager stated that G2 isn't willing to sell its star AWPer. According to Petar "peca" Marković, G2 Esports will not consider offers for the 18-year-old.

G2 Esports' decision to not sell m0NESY for any price shuts the doors of a possible transfer to Team Falcons, who intended to sign Europe's top Counter-Strike talent and build the next superteam. Even though the Falcons have not made the intention official, rumours have tied m0NESY and other high-profile names with the Saudi team.

Besides m0NESY, Team Falcons are also reportedly targeting G2's Nikola "NiKo" Kovač. However, unlike m0NESY, who is off the table, G2 Esport seem willing to let go of NiKo for the right price.

"We are not considering offers for Ilya.We are not looking to sell him at any price since we are not in need, that's what we already told the teams that asked us about him."

While G2 Esports General Manager made it clear m0NESY is not for sale, G2 didn't directly comment on whether the team is willing to sell the 26-year-old. However, peca has acknowledged that NiKo is an elite-tier player who is extremely difficult to replace.

"NiKo is one of the greatest players who has ever touched the game we love and live, and it would be extremely difficult to replace him 1 to 1."

The rumour mill continues to roll as rostermaina gets underway, and according to several reports, NiKo is already in talks with Team Falcons, where he could potentially team up with Danny "zonic" Sørensen and Emil "Magisk" Reif, who have already signed with the team, as well as NaVi's Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyljev and Marco "Snappi" Pfeiffer.

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