If you browse this thread you will find that most of these teams have been covered quite well already in some way or another. I will summarize the teams you mentioned a little bit.Hello, What do you think Uae, NTT, EF, Astana, Movistar, Trek are all going to do on the transfer market? It is very quiet in terms of transfers with those teams.
There will be no more good climbers left on the market by the time they announce their first new signing!EF: With Kangert and Woods exiting and the emergence of Daniel Martínez, they look very thin on mountain/GC riders, look for them to strengthen that department
Bora doesn’t make a lot of sense for Lopez. He’s too good to be the second GC guy on most teams, and I don’t currently rate Buchmann as a better GC contender, though he may have a higher ceiling. He did look strong in the Dauphiné, but that doesn’t necessarily translate to more TdF success.Gazzetta now reports that Miguel Angel López might be headed to AG2R-Citroen...
Quite the busy transfer window for AG2R but with the arrival of Citroen their budget reportedly increases to about 23 M €/yr.
Porte is out of Trek, so there's room for a new GC leader.Trek: With Porte, Nibali and Mollema all being 33+ years old, they might look to go younger soon. As for 2021 however, i would expect the same captains and just some new domestiques and prospects (they already signed Fancellu and Tiberi who I personally like)
What could it still make interesting is, that they will not have a rider like Froome in their ranks..They even bought out Martínez' contract then, woah. Once again a scary haul for them.
Though EF's finances might look pretty bleak too, considering that Woods also exits when he actually had a contract with them for 2021.
Nonetheless, INEOS train for next year's Tour looking pretty good once again.
That's it for their signings for this year apparently, so rest easyWhat could it still make interesting is, that they will not have a rider like Froome in their ranks..
We all have to hope that Pogacar and Evenepoel will not switch to them..
Basso, Wurf and Knees, I imagine. Maybe they've had enough of Moscon too - don't believe he's renewed. Stannard's in the same boat I think, and is not the force he was. I can see him finishing his career at a Pro Conti Belgian team.
There are currently 10 riders without confirmed contracts for next year so 4 will have to depart as the max squad size is 30 riders.