October 5, 2022

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Is Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert after Michael Matthews?  "Of course it's on the radar" |  a trip

Is Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert after Michael Matthews? “Of course it’s on the radar” | a trip

Michael Matthews At the end of 2020, Sunweb traded with BikeExchange, the team that had previously raced at the time (under the Orica flag).

With the Australian formation, the Australian dollar could not immediately provide exciting results, or hardly any victories.

The Gallic Bird could have counted on the extension proposal, but Matthews rejected it, according to the rumor mill.

Matthews isn’t happy with the low financial picture, and he’s also flirting with other teams.

B&Bs, one of the savages on this tour, have managed to secure a solid sponsor and are eager to flaunt a big name.

But Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert has also been linked with Matthews for a while, although the Australian pointed out when we confronted him with that fact at Binche – the home of the Belgian team – in the first round week.

Meanwhile, Michael Matthews indicated that he expects clarity about his future on the last day of rest from this tour, tomorrow.

“Bling” does not rule out a long stay at BikeExchange and the Australian sign naturally strengthens its negotiating position after its Mende number.

But Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert is also still lurking, as Valerio Piva did not deny yesterday at Vive le Vélo.

Matthews could replace Alexander Kristof. The Norwegian will switch to Uno-X.

Beva: “Is Matthews affordable? It’s none of my business. It’s definitely welcome.”

“Of course we are talking about the future of our team and we are looking for alternatives that will make us stronger.”

“Of course it is on our radar, but that will be the case with a lot of teams.”

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