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    2018-2019 Transfers

    It looks like itís time to get this thread going. The first rumor up to the plate is Caleb Ewan will reportedly leave Mitchellton Scott to replace Greipel at Lotto Soudal.

    Caleb Ewan reportedly set to move to Lotto-Soudal as replacement for André Greipel - Cycling Weekly
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    Add Betancur possibly leaving Movistar BEFORE the end of the season.

    Also there are the rumors that Quintana will leave at the end of the season as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoroninK View Post
    Add Betancur possibly leaving Movistar BEFORE the end of the season.

    Also there are the rumors that Quintana will leave at the end of the season as well.
    Interesting. It sounds like Landa may be looking for a way out as well.

    CyclingPub.com - 'Mikel Landa regrets move to Movistar'

    I really never understood why he elected to go to a team with clear GC and Classics leaders when he was leaving Sky due to the same problem bothering him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashadabd View Post
    Interesting. It sounds like Landa may be looking for a way out as well.

    CyclingPub.com - 'Mikel Landa regrets move to Movistar'

    I really never understood why he elected to go to a team with clear GC and Classics leaders when he was leaving Sky due to the same problem bothering him.
    Ditto. Always struck me as an odd move on all fronts.
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    According to my friends in Spain the rumors about Landa are coming from a publication that likes to stir things and isn't very reliable. All the reports they are hearing and things he's actually saying are showing the opposite and that he's glad he went there. Landa is one that will say what he's thinking. He also just did a radio interview where he sounds happy to be at Movistar. One other point is that Quintana has fallen out of favor with the management at Movistar.

    From comments Landa made at the Ardennes, it seems the biggest reason Landa went to Movistar was a combination of wanting to race for a Spanish team again along with wanting to race with Valverde. He said during the Ardennes and racing with Valverde that he learned he still has a lot to learn and wants to continue racing with Valverde for awhile to learn what he can.

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    Rohan Dennis and Phil Bauhaus to Bahrain Merida

    Rohan Dennis 90 per cent set on move to Bahrain-Merida | Cyclingnews.com
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    Every climb has its end, for verily with difficulty there is relief...

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    Every climb has its end, for verily with difficulty there is relief...

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    Wout Van Aert possibly headed to Bahrain Merida:

    http://www.cyclingnews.com/news/bahr...sign-van-aert/
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