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Leadbelly

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Well, it's behind the paywall[1], so I can't tell you who is given as options, but once you eliminate the teams who don't really go in for sprints and the ones who already have a big name for the TdF then the realistic options are very limited I think.

#israel If they get relegated and miss out on the two automatic wildcards as well, then this could be a way to almost guarantee an invite to the Tour in 2023 at least.

#lotto Ditto as above, but only if Ewan moves on. Wellens switiching teams and Gilbert retiring would free up a fair bit of salary.

It's a bit of a struggle to think of anywhere realistic after that. Cofidis? Leave the SSRs to Coquard. Arkea? Already a little bit of a British enclave there but what about Bouhanni. DSM? Doesn't really fit in with their ethos. Back to Bahrain? Dunno if Colbrelli is retiring or not.
 1. Maybe Fus can enlighten us with just the names
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