Rumors indicate that the merger between Jumbo-Visma and Soudal-QuickStep will not occur

According to the websites Sporza, Het Nieuwsblad and Het Laatse Nieuws, through articles, the possible merger between Jumbo-Visma and Soudal-QuickStep will not happen. The information indicates that the rumors have been finalized and that the two teams will continue as they are, being managed by their leaders until 2025.

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The union between the teams left the competitors fearful about the future, since, even in the face of speculation, Jumbo-Visma and Soudal-QuickStep did not say that the occasion would proceed. When in doubt, drivers spoke out against any combination that could hinder the teams’ performance.

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“This victory is for our team and for my teammates, to show that we do not agree with the whole situation and that we want to continue at Soudal-QuickStep. We are strong enough and I hope it will be like that”, said Ilan Van Wilder, during the match at Tre Valli Varesine.

Remco Evenepoel also spoke out about rumors that he would be out of the super team ranks: “We simply don’t know anything. I only know what you write. At the moment there are only question marks for everyone. All we can do is wait. And I hope everything works out. We cannot estimate what will happen in the next ten days or two weeks.”

Previously, continuing the discussions, the newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws reported that the UCI was notified of the possible merger between Jumbo-Visma and Soudal-QuickStep and that soon after conversations and meetings took place between the CEO of Jumbo-Visma, Richard Plugge , with the organization’s president, David Lappartient, to detail the super team’s plans.

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