The Irish procontinentale team Aqua Blue Sport requires no license for 2019. Negotiations about a merger with Sniper Cycling, the team of manager Nick Nuyens and signboard Wout van Aert, have finally jumped off.
On 1 August showed Rick Delaney, founder of Aqua Blue Sports, yet know he is a Sniper Cycling (the construction behind Veranda’s Willems) would take over. Nick Nuyens would be included in the management. Wout van Aert would this take until 2020 to move to the Netherlands Jumbo, which he already has an agreement.
In a press release late Aqua Blue Sport now, however, know that the deal is jumped off. “We have unceasingly negotiated with another procontinentaal team regarding an acquisition/partnership. The past few weeks was there multiple times a basis for agreement but unfortunately, common sense does not prevail. We have often believed that the deal progressed so far that a partnership is a foregone conclusion. Today, the 27th of August, it is clear that we categoriek may argue that all negotiations are ended.”
What this means for the future of Wout van Aert and the team manager Nuyens remains to be seen.
Aqua Blue Sports was the beginning of 2017 created and if last year’s debut in the Vuelta. With the Austrian Stefan Denifl won the team immediately a stage. To the current selection, include also the Dane Lasse Norman Hansen (this season’s winner in the Herald Sun Tour and the Tour of Denmark), former British champion Adam Blythe and reigning Irish champion Conor Dunne.