Danish Esports organization AGF Esport is fielding offers for Thomas "TMB" Bundsbæk from several professional Counter-Strike teams, according to multiple sources close to the situation. Those organizations who have at least inquired on his availability and transfer fee include but are not limited to North and Apeks.
TMB has been with AGF Esport since March, after being acquired from Copenhagen Flames following a six month stint. He is currently on his second tenure with AGF after already playing for them for nearly two years between 2018 and late 2019. He is widely regarded as the best player on AGF Esport and is considered one of the top younger talents in Denmark.
AGF Esport was founded in 2018 by the football club Aarhus Gymnastikforening (AGF Aarhus). Since their inception, they have continuously fielded Danish players and competing in lower level European tournaments. One of their best results came last month at DreamHack Open November 2020 where they finished in the semi-finals after a loss to Gambit Esports.
North is no stranger to AGF Esport players, having acquired Kristoffer "kristou" Aamand on loan earlier in the year. They would go on to officially obtain him before loaning him back to AGF until late last month. Upon recalling him, they benched veterans Mathias "MSL" Sommer Lauridsen and Philip "aizy" Aistrup while adding Rasmus "kreaz" Johansson on a trial basis. Apeks recently engaged in talks with Extremum over the transfer of Joakim "jkaem" Myrbostad, just a couple months after acquiring him. The eventual move will make room on the roster for at least one new player.