Add Laurens ten Dam (Garmin also interested in him) and Karsten Kroon to that list (according to dutch newspaper). ten Dam, at one point, mentioned that he wants to see what his maximum attainable results can be, as a GC contender in (shorter?) stage races. I wonder if he will be able to muster that kind of support while at Rabobank, with Menchov and Gesink as their main men. That's why he said 'either with Rabobank or another team'.
Team Sky'd better compose a good team, the way cervelo did, instead of turning it into some sort of Real 'Galacticos' Madrid of cycling. Too many egos get in each others way, or too many promises must have been made to get them on board, which subsequently can't be upheld.
See what happened to Katushia, with all their money, transfers and 'leaked' desired riders... Sastre declined a more then generous offer, and it seems he chose the right team.
And cross out Cavendish, because he told the Guardian that he doesn't want to leave Team Columbia, out of loyalty it seems.