Amador: Of course I want to move to Ineos, but situation is uncertain

Andrey Amador at the Tour of Britain (Image credit: Getty Images)

Andrey Amador has said he’s still pushing for a move from Movistar to Team Ineos, commenting that the riders at the British team 'don’t tread on each others’ toes'.

The Costa Rican, 33, has spent his entire professional career at Movistar but has been embroiled in a protracted contract dispute. In July, the Spanish team announced he was staying until the end of 2021, but Spanish newspaper Marca reported two months ago that he’d only signed a pre-agreement and was looking to free himself of it.

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