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Movistar want to sign Dennis, CCC and NTT also options – reports

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ByCharles Perrin
04/10/2019 at 09:35 | Updated 04/10/2019 at 11:08

Movistar are among the teams eyeing to sign Rohan Dennis. The Australian cyclist had his contract terminated by Bahrain-Merida.

Dennis – a two-time world champion – will need a new team before the start of the 2020 season.

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There are a handful of suitors chasing his signature with one journalist tweeting: “Movistar will try to sign Rohan Dennis, the other options are CCC and NTT.”

Rohan Dennis is looking for a new team

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Spanish paper Marca claim Movistar appears to be the most likely destination for Dennis.

With Mikel Landa joining Bahrain-Merida and Nairo Quintana to Arkea-Samsic, Movistar will be eager to fill the void.

And now the ball firmly lies in Dennis’ court as to where he goes next.

After winning the World time trial title last month in Yorkshire, Dennis said: “I’m confident in myself.

“I’m confident that well, basically I’m here to stay.

“I’m here to continue to win and continue to basically push to be the best in the world.

"Not just for the next 12 months but in the future as well.

“So for myself, yes, I know I will be here for a lot longer. I’m not going anywhere.”

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