Mercado 2020: Todos los fichajes del WorldTour

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Foto: Bettiniphoto / Movistar Team

El mercado de fichajes de cara a 2020 no está defraudando. Una mezcla entre movimientos de primera línea, como Tom Dumoulin, Vincenzo Nibali, Richard Carapaz, Philippe Gilbert, Mikel Landa, Enric Mas o Tiesj Benoot, y numerosas incorporaciones de jóvenes, pensando a largo plazo.

AG2R La Mondiale
Andrea Vendrame (1994, Androni Giocattoli – Sidermec), Lawrence Naesen (1992, Lotto Soudal), Clément Champoussin (1998, amateur)

Astana Pro Team
Alex Aranburu (Astana, 1995), Aleksandr Vlasov (1996, Gazprom-RusVelo), Harold Tejada (1997, Medellín), Davide Martinelli (1993, Deceuninck – Quick Step), Vadim Pronskiy (1998, Vino – Astana Motors)

Bahrain Merida
Mikel Landa (1989, Movistar Team)

Bora – Hansgrohe
Ide Schelling (1998, SEG), Lennard Kämna (1996, Team Sunweb)

CCC Team
Jan Hirt (1991, Astana Pro Team), Fausto Masnada (1993, Androni Giocattoli – Sidermec), Ilnur Zakarin (1989, Team Katusha Alpecin), Georg Zimmermann (1997, Tirol KTM Cycling Team), Matteo Trentin (1989, Mitchelton-Scott)

Deceuninck – Quick Step
Mauri Vansevenant (1999, amateur), Davide Ballerini (1994, Astana Pro Team), Mattia Cattaneo (1990, Androni Giocattoli – Sidermec), João Almeida (1998, Hagens Berman Axeon), Andrea Bagioli (1999, Team Colpack), Bert Van Lerberghe (1992, Cofidis), Stijn Steels (1989, Roompot – Charles)

EF Education First
Neilson Powless (1996, Team Jumbo-Visma), Stefan Bissegger (1998, Swiss Racing Academy CT), Magnus Cort (1993, Astana Pro Team), Jonas Rutsch (1998, Team Lotto – Kern Haus)

Lotto Soudal
Stefano Oldani (1998, Kometa Cycling Team), Jonathan Dibben (1994, Madison Genesis), Kobe Goossens (1996, amateur), John Degenkolb (1989, Trek-Segafredo), Philippe Gilbert (1982, Deceuninck – Quick Step)

Groupama – FDJ

Mitchelton-Scott
Andrey Zeits (1986, Astana Pro Team), Barnabás Peák (1998, SEG Racing Academy), Kaden Groves (1998, SEG Racing Academy)

Movistar Team
Einer Rubio (1998, Aran Cucine-Vejus), Juan Diego Alba (1997, Coldeportes Zenú), Dario Cataldo (1985, Astana Pro Team), Davide Villella (1991, Astana Pro Team), Enric Mas (1995, Deceuninck – Quick Step), Gabriel Cullaigh (1996, Team Wiggins Le Col),  Íñigo Elosegui (1998, amateur), Johan Jacobs (1997, amateur)

Team Dimension Data (Team NTT)
Max Walscheid (1993, Team Sunweb), Michael Gogl (1993, Trek – Segafredo), Carlos Barbero (1991, Movistar Team), Victor Campenaerts (1991, Lotto Soudal), Samuele Battistella (1998, Dimension Data for Qhubeka CT), Matteo Sobrero (1997, Dimension Data for Qhubeka)

Team Ineos
Richard Carapaz (1993, Movistar Team)

Team Jumbo-Visma
Tom Dumoulin (1990, Team Sunweb), Tobias Foss (1997, Uno-X Norwegian Development Team)

Team Katusha Alpecin

Team Sunweb
Felix Gall (1998, Development Team Sunweb), Nils Eekhoff (1998, Development Team Sunweb), Martin Salmon (1997, Development Team Sunweb), Tiesj Benoot (1994, Lotto Soudal), Nico Denz (1994, AG2R La Mondiale), Jasha Sütterlin (1992, Movistar Team), Mark Donovan (1999, Team Wiggins Le Col), Alberto Dainese (1998, SEG Racing Academy), Thymen Arensman (1999, SEG Racing Academy)

Trek – Segafredo
Charlie Quaterman (1998), Juan Pedro López (1997, Kometa Cycling Team), Michel Ries (1998, Kometa Cycling Team), Emīls Liepiņš (1992, Wallonie-Bruxelles), Alexander Kamp (1993, Riwal Readynez Cycling Team), Vincenzo Nibali (1984, Bahrain Merida), Antonio Nibali (1992, Bahrain Merida)

UAE-Team Emirates
Joe Dombrowski (1991, EF Education First), Maximiliano Richeze (1983, Deceuninck – Quick Step), Davide Formolo (1992, Bora – hansgrohe), Mikkel Bjerg (1998, Hagens Berman Axeon), Brandon McNulty (1998, Rally UHC Cycling), Alessandro Covi (1998, Team Colpack), Andrés Camilo Ardila (1999, amateur)