headtr1ck: "I wouldn't mind playing in North America and Europe"

NAVI Junior player Daniil "headtr1ck" Valitov, who was recently put on the transfer list, is ready to consider options for continuing his career in North America and Europe. The 18-year-old Ukrainian spoke about this in a podcast of caster Konstantin "Leniniw" Sivko.

I wouldn't mind playing in North America and Europe. I think it's a cool experience. You'll improve your language skills and have a cool experience. Again, I'm not ruling out the CIS. If you take North America, then it's probably Liquid, Complexity or Evil Geniuses. It's so hard to say. These are just options off the top of my head.

headtr1ck stressed that it was he who initiated a conversation with NAVI Head of Esports Amiran "ami" Rekhviashvili about leaving the club's academy team.

For me, this did not come as a surprise. I knew about it around a month before everything happened. It was a mutual decision. I initiated this conversation and talked with ami. He understood that I needed to move on. Playing in NAVI Junior all the time is... We need to constantly develop and seek new adventures.

Valitov has been representing various lineups of NAVI Junior since 2020. This year, he twice stepped in for the club's main team when he temporarily replaced Kirill "Boombl4" Mikhailov at ESL Pro League Season 15 and Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev at BLAST Premier Fall Groups 2022.

Origin: youtu.be