MSL leaves CPH Wolves
Copenhagen Wolves have announced that Mathias "MSL" Lauridsen has been released from his contract with immediate effect.
According to a statement issued by CPH Wolves, Mathias "MSL" Lauridsen's contract has been bought out by an unspecified organisation, who met the player's release clause.
This is the second blow dealt to CPH Wolves in the space of the days after the Danish team parted ways with Michael "Friis" Jørgensen earlier in the month over personal reasons.
MSL set to join another team
In recent matches, CPH Wolves have been playing with Rasmus "SandeN" Sanden as a ringer, but the latest news means that the team is now on the lookout for two new players just a fortnight before Copenhagen Games.
"As we came to an agreement concerning the release of Friis it became apparent that changes had to be made within the team," CPH Wolves' manager Frederik Byskov said in a statement.
"While working internally on various solutions we were approached by another organization expressing their desire to acquire the services of Mathias “MSL” Lauridsen for the upcoming events.
"We entered negotiations and quickly came to a solution that both parties were happy with. This effectively means that this day forward Mathias “MSL” Lauridsen has been bought out of his contract with Copenhagen Wolves."
Copenhagen Wolves are now left with the following trio: