Affini to Jumbo.
Expect one rider to be the current under 23 RR champion Jarrad Drizners who is very talented - He will be a Michael Matthews type rider - MS sad to lose Affini who they rate highly - Anyway expect a few changes with the turmoil surrounding the team ownership.PR depts didn't work during the weekend and just had their first coffees.
Politt to Bora confirmed.
Are there any rumours about incoming transfers for Mitchelton?
Israel has a few good young riders. Zabel Wurtz Piccoli Neilandts etc, and Impey is still very strong. for now 19 rider signed for 2021. we´re in for a few more surprisesJesus wept, ISN is trying to steal Dimension Data's thunder as the prime horder of past-their-prime talent. At least they're bringing them together from different sources, rather than attempting a reunion of a team that dominated a decade ago.
It looks amazing on paper, but I'm a bit more sceptical. Jungels is an extremely good rider, but he's also a jack of all trades that doesn't really excel anything. Chances are he profited a lot from Quick-Step's insane dominance as a team. While that could also happen at AG2R, given he's on a team with Naesen and Van Avermaet, I'm not too sure if the latter has the same consonance as the Quick-Step boys. Lastly, there's no guarantee he'll operate on the same level, given riders leaving the DQS omerta see a drop in level more often than not. An underrated signing I'd like to add is their new deal with BMC. That could do wonders for them, especially in comparison to their current bikes.Jungels, Van Avermaet and Naesen in one team should be fun for classics.