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The ‘Free Agency’ official season is about to begin, but the rumors and the conspiracies about roster movements and player transfers keep running within the League of Legends community.

Earlier this week, we talked about the most important trade of the year, when we knew that G2 Esports and Cloud9 could have reached a verbal agreement to transfer the European legend Luka ‘Perkz’ Perkovic.

This movement implies several serious things: first, the transfer could become the most expensive purchase in the LCS history (some rumors talk about a 5 million dollars buyout for the player), Perkz would be back in the mid lane after a whole Split letting the position to his colleague Rasmus ‘Caps‘ Winther, and Yasin ‘Nisqy‘ Dinçer would be out of Cloud9 after two years of service.

The last consequence, the one about Nisqy, is apparently linked with the newest crazy rumor regarding roster movements in the LEC: Nisqy could be the new mid laner for Fnatic!

This rumor comes from both the renowned Esports journalist Jacob Wolf and the Spanish Esports website ‘Esportmaniacos‘. Both claim that, according to their sources, both teams reached an agreement that will be official next week when the ‘Free Agency’ season officially starts.

Nisqy would be the substitute for Tim ‘Nemesis‘ Lipovšek who, according to the first rumors about roster movements, will not continue playing with Fnatic in 2021.

If these rumors come true, Nisqy would be back in Europe after a rough year where the Belgic mid laner has been the main carry of his former team, Cloud9.

Plus, Fnatic is not unexplored territory for him. Nisqy played with Fnatic’s academy team back in 2016… but now he would be the main mid laner of one of the most legendary organizations in the history of competitive League of Legends.

Many fans are quite disappointed with this possibility since they expected Fnatic to acquire a new Superstar for this position… guess we will have to wait a bit longer to see if it actually happens, and if it does, how does the new mid laner develops.

About the future of Nemesis, there are no rumors, leaks, or sources that can tell us a thing, but we will keep updated for you with this and more rumors… like the possibility of G2 Esports trying to get Rekkles for their bot lane!

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