“I’ll give it 100 per cent. I’ll be doing the same things that I’ve always done, doing the same work, making the same sacrifices that I have always done ever since my first year as a professional. I feel good. I felt that if I’d lost even one per cent of my physical ability then my decision would have been different,” said Contador before winning the prologue of the 2016 Critérium du Dauphiné.
It’s believed that the Spaniard had numerous offers to choose from, but is now close to signing a two-year deal. His current Tinkoff team is set to fold after this year’s season through a lack of a sponsor. Contador’s decision, however, won’t be official until the August transfer window opens.
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