Multiple WorldTour teams are keen to sign rising British star Ethan Vernon after his stage victory at the Tour de l’Avenir last month.
The 20-year-old told CW last week: “It has helped interest from quite a few teams, it’s what I’ll be looking to do next year.”
He added: “I did the Olympics and I had a few solid results in my first year [as U23] so I think, from what the agent was saying, there’s a few teams that were interested. It’s just that the l’Avenir win shows you know how to win a race, which goes quite a long way.”
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