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Old 06-08-12, 21:09
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Transfers are getting on their way, might be time to start a thread for the next season?

OPQS :
Terpstra & Steegmans extend their contract with 2 years
Pieter Serry from Topsport will join the team

http://www.nieuwsblad.be/article/det...20606_00175102

Lampre :
Scarponi extends till the end of 2013, as did Ulissi & Malori
http://www.nieuwsblad.be/article/det...MF20120608_179
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JTL to sky?
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Gasparotto renews with Astana.
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The biggest U23 talent from France, Warren Barguil (CC Étupes) seems to be turning pro with Argos-Shimano next year. He'll ride with them as stagiaire this fall.

http://www.directvelo.com/actualite/...il-absent.html

Great deal for both of them, Argos is always a good place for neo-pros and Barguil will add to the non-sprinters fraction of the team which is at the moment a bit weak.
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The biggest U23 talent from France, Warren Barguil (CC Étupes) seems to be turning pro with Argos-Shimano next year. He'll ride with them as stagiaire this fall.

http://www.directvelo.com/actualite/...il-absent.html

Great deal for both of them, Argos is always a good place for neo-pros and Barguil will add to the non-sprinters fraction of the team which is at the moment a bit weak.
Article from October 2011: http://www.directvelo.com/actualite/...o-en-2013.html
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Wasn't nibali to astana more or less confirmed?
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Any rumours over where the Schlecks might end up, given that things aren't looking too good for the current set up?
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Yea, Eurosport guy confirmed the deal has been done. It's 100% cert at the end of the season.
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Wasn't nibali to astana more or less confirmed?
Nibali leaving Liquigas was confirmed.
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Agnoli almost confirmed it during Giro by saying "I might follow Nibali to Astana".
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