Transfer latest: Cofidis add Armée as Cerny extends with QuickStep

VALDEBLORE LA COLMIANE FRANCE MARCH 13 Arrival Sander Armee of Belgium and Team Qhubeka Assos during the 79th Paris Nice 2021 Stage 7 a 119km stage from Le Broc to Valdeblore La Colmiane 1501m Stage itinerary redesigned due to COVID19 lockdown imposed in the city of Nice ParisNice on March 13 2021 in Valdeblore La Colmiane France Photo by Bas CzerwinskiGetty Images
Sander Armée (Qhubeka NextHash) heads to Cofidis for 2022 (Image credit: Bas Czerwinski/Getty Images)

2021 may be drawing to a close but cycling's 'transfer window' continues apace with a number of late moves announced in the past several days.

Cofidis have announced two more additions to their squad for next year, bringing their roster to the maximum of 31 riders. 2017 Vuelta a España stage winner Sander Armée, who spent this season at Qhubeka NextHash, will be joining the French squad along with Frenchman Alexandre Delettre, who moves on from Delko.

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