Transfer catchup time, as there are many.
Marta Cavalli from Valcar to FDJ - has been mentioned in the Cille thread. Very useful signing for FDJ, Cavalli is good over a range of terrains, is young enough to have really good prospects of further development and simultaneously old enough to take a bit of pressure off FDJ's home talents like Muzic and Wiel. She's been between 11th and 20th in the Women's Tour, the Giro, the European Championships, the Ronde, Flèche and Trofeo Binda, so good signs all round.
Nikola Nosková (from Paule Ka) and Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio (from CCC) to SD Worx (Boels) - seems that the team are building a climbing core to maintain success with the inevitable gap in their results that will be felt with the intended retirements of van der Breggen and van den Broeck-Blaak. After all, it's hard to lose two World Champions in one go. However, Katie Hall has had little chance to race since lockdown and it seems she may be retiring or at least returning to North America (which would definitely be a shame as I feel she had nothing more to prove over there, but had stayed there for long enough that she had unfinished business in Europe), and Nosková has been rendered a bit lost in the shuffle at Equipe Paule Ka with the results they've been able to get from Mikayla Harvey and Niamh Fisher-Black since lockdown ended. Nosková may not be at their level right now and have slowed a bit in her development but she's still a very worthwhile climbing hand; Moolman-Pasio is a veteran presence and a world class climber when on form, and the two of them (plus Hall if she continues) and the also-recently-signed Demi Vollering means that the marchers in orange, even if the colours may change, the chances of them leaving the front of the péloton behind are slim to none. They've also taken on Anna Shackley from Team Breeze (I believe that's where Anna Henderson also came from so they look like the team of choice for developing British talent at the moment?) - not many results to speak of as guidance because she's apparently a real climbing specialist, which the British domestic calendar doesn't really cater for; however 25th place off of a pretty cold open in the World Championships at 19 is a good sign and clearly she has something as Boels don't hand out contracts for nothing.
As has been mentioned Ane Santesteban is moving to Mitchelton-Scott, giving them another strong climber as they seek to re-organise the team round Spratt and Kennedy as likely leaders with an Annemiek van Vleuten-shaped hole in their results sheet; Ane doesn't win much but she's consistently in and around the bottom half of the top 10 or just outside it in serious climbing races, so she'll be an invaluable helper.
Movistar have picked up Sara Martín from Sopela, a smaller Spanish team. Obviously their big money acquisition has been van Vleuten, and one anticipates they'll be looking to Katrine Aalerud and Eider Merino to back her up for the most part, and not have a massive budget to surround her with an all-star backup squad so someone like Martín might get some good chances to learn. She's 21 years old and almost all of her best results are in the Torneo Euskaldun, a series of Basque one-day races in spring in the domestic calendar, so she should be pretty good when the terrain gets pointy.