Movistar’s signings – AS.com

The Movistarthe only Spanish presence among the 18 that make up the World Tour, is the only team that They haven’t officially announced any arrivals yet, which doesn’t mean they aren’t done. Far from it, and more so for a long time. Simply, both the team and Telefónica are waiting and adjusting the times to make the announcements when they deem best appropriate. It won’t take long, because this month the team has its first concentration for the next season.

Last week, The team announced a long series of renewals that means it currently has 20 cyclists.: Alex Aranburu, Rubén Guerreiro, Oier Lazkano, Enric Mas, Vinícius Rangel, Iván Romeo, Sergio Samitier, Iván Sosa, Jorge Arcas, Will Barta, Iván García Cortina, Fernando Gaviria, Johan Jacobs, Gregor Mühlberger, Mathias Norsgaard, Nelson Oliveira, Antonio Pedrero, Einer Rubio, Gonzalo Serrano and Albert Torres. Those who will not continue, with respect to the current season, are: José Joaquín Rojas, Gorka Izagirre, Imanol Erviti, Carlos Verona, Matteo Jorgenson, Max Kanter. Óscar Rodríguez, Lluís Mas, Abner González and Juri Hollmann. Regarding arrivals, AS can confirm six new faces that will be on the team, at least, in 2024. These are Carlos Canal (Euskaltel), Pelayo Sanchez (Burgos BH), Remi Cavagna (Soudal), Davide Formolo (UAE), Manlio Moro (Zalf) and Jon Barrenetxea (Rural Box).

The latter was close to renewing for his current team until December 31, but finally Movistar decided to bet heavily on the Basque and immediately in recent days. Up to 30 riders can make up the roster of a World Tour team, but Movistar will not reach that number. “The idea is 27 or 28″, the team told AS weeks ago. At the moment, there are 20 officers, plus six that will be announced soon, so there will still be some more arrivals… At the very least, because market opportunities (having room) you never know when they may arise. One of the examples is Primoz Roglic, with a contract until 2025 at Jumbo, and he left the team after everything experienced in La Vuelta, among other circumstances, heading to Bora.

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