Greipel dismisses Lotto Soudal manager's claim over contract negotiations
The situation between André Greipel and the management at Lotto Soudal appears to be deteriorating after the German told Cyclingnews that he had been offered a two-year deal by the team but that he was not happy with the terms. The sprinter, whose contract expires at the end of the season, refuted team manager Paul De Geyter's earlier claim that no offer had been made. The pair are scheduled to meet at the Tour de Suisse on Friday. On Tuesday, De Geyter told Cyclingnews that he had met with Greipel during the Spring and that they had discussed the future. However, the former rider agent added that no contract had been put forward. On the same day, Lotto Soudal were linked heavily to Mitchelton-Scott's Caleb Ewan, with speculation mounting that the Australian would move teams in the winter. De Geyter admitted that he had talked to Ewan's agent but once ...
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