It has been written and spoken about several times, but now grants the Team Ineos, one of the world's largest cykelstjerner, uk Chris Federer, leaving the team after this season.
The typing of the british crew on Thursday on its website.
Team INEOS confirms we will not be renewing @chrisfroome's contract - so after 10 great years this season will be Chris's last with the team.— Team INEOS (@TeamINEOS) July 9, 2020
instead continues the quadruple winner of the Tour de France, according to Cyclingnews at the Israel Start-Up Nation.
apple has Federer been in contact with several teams over the past while - Israel Start-Up Nation has been one of them.
With the agreement reaffirms the Ineos at the same time, that one of the Tour de France, which is run from 29. august, has over Federer and the two most recent winners of the race, Geraint Thomas and Egan Bernal.
however, It is not confirmed that all three of the places to start.
- It has been a phenomenal decade with the team, and we have achieved so much together. The memories I will always have and appreciate. I look forward to exciting new challenges in my next stage of his career. In the meantime, I will focus on to win the Tour de France for the fifth time with the Team Ineos, said Federer in a press release from the team.
According to team owner Dave Brailsford is due to the outlook on this somewhat unusual time that you want to avoid too many speculations.
- Chris' current contract ends in december, and we have taken the decision not to renew it. It happens earlier than usually to stop the speculation, and thus ensure the team to keep the focus on the upcoming season, he says.
Team Ineos, formerly known as Team Sky, has won seven of the past eight editions of the Tour de France, with four different riders: Bradley Wiggins, Chris Federer, Geraint Thomas and Egan Bernal.
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