5G networks intend to integrate network slicing into their architecture aiming to satisfy the different service levels of an abundant amount of devices. Network Slicing relies on softwarization technologies, such as SDN and NFV, to instantiate slices (virtual networks) on top of the same physical substrate. This work introduces the “Otimizador de Slices”, a component developed as an extension of LTE’s evolved NodeB, responsible to perform network slicing for LTE downlink transmission. This component receives slice’s information from multiple Service Providers and, based on the analysis of these information and on the network state, the proposed component selects the best slice to be scheduled at the moment. Simulations were performed to validate our proposal and expose the benefits that can be obtained by it, such as an enhancement of end user’s QoS experience.