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Isostar Sale: (almost) all gone


You won't believe it, but our rack is dead empty. There is only 1 option where we'd still make a move, and that is if Marcel Wyss, who has joined us for cap reason, will be swapped for a rider with up to 80k wage that suits our approach slightly more. We could use mostly a Time Trial asset for him, or a more allround rider. Wyss can still score great on CT and decent on PCT level, and will be a nice attacker nevertheless. We however feel like he could be a better fit on another team Smile

75k
32 years old

75 hill
75 acceleration
76 stamina
76 downhill

We are not looking for money, we'd only do a swap for a rider if anything.
Edited by Croatia14 on 26-07-2018 12:05
 
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Loan Deal hunt


David Per: We are searching for a team that can pay 150k+ wage for loaning him in. He is already good enough to be a CT scorer (as he has proven last year), or being a valuable domestique on a PCT team.

In return we might even offer a discount on one of our riders for sale. Also we could offer a potentially greater sum in return.

Rider X: We are pretty sure that we'll bring in some sort of talent. Therefore we are looking for a team that can take in up to 100k wage for a nice talent. Again, we will provide an exquisit chance on our riders for sale or some nice cash in return.

Hit us up if you're interested Smile

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Croatia14
Update!


On demand

We are searching for secondary stage racers that can fill the gaps we have, especially somebody that can lead 2 GTs. We're also open for a pure sprinter. We would also consider a high TT, pure hills or cobbles guy, but we're not exactly searching for that.

On the move

Pibernik and Poljanec are on the move. So is Per and with that our loan capacities.

On the clock

BrändleMatthias75767179737372566069626879140kAUT4x29576,25
QuevedoXavier69717865727273566575697265135kVEN4x27576,05
NavardauskasRamunas7560747674747658757074727780kLTU4x30574,62
GiauxJérome7359676872687871777567686870kBEL4x32674,43
BazhkouStanislau7169757673757153636467617675kBLR4x27674,40
PotockiPavel6877727074717554626466697050kCRO4x25573,90
JansRoy7653746374736568747468706655kBEL4x28473,85
BostnerJaka6674756568696856637477666550kSLO4x28473,74
BelgasemAhmed7174736969717071707165587150kLBA4x31473,03


note that it's very unlikely that we're going to sell all of them, it's more like half


Matthias Brändle

140k wage
29 years old

79 Time Trial
79 Prologue
79 Mountain
75 Flat

- low wage/high reward scorer
- perfect for tough TT tours
- scorer in any division
- perfect to complement expensive top-leaders
- wide range of scoring opportunities from mountain classics to falt TT tours
- 371 points last year

Xavier Quevedo

153k wage
27 years old

78 Hill
75 Acceleration

- great CT leader/solid PCT leader
- acceleration makes him attack -> winning stats
- decent on mountain/sprint/downhill -> allround skillset
- plenty of years in his prime
- low wage for his skillset

Ramunas Navardauskas

80k wage
30 years old

75 Flat
74 Hill
76 TT
75 Sprint
77 Prologue

- Mr. versatile
- perfect domestique
- scoring potential in hybrid races (classics, hilly sprints, hilly tours,...)
- leadout qualities
- incredible wage/reward ratio

Jérome Giaux

70k wage
32 years old

77 sprint
71 cobbles
73 flat

- two-way rider, not afraid of cobbles/hills
- great for reduced bunch sprints
- magical leadouts on tough terrain (main player in Kump's successful train)
- breakaway stats for non-sprint stages

Stanislau Bazhkou

70k wage
27 years old

76 TT
75 Hill
76 Prologue
75 Resistance

- CT leader for hill + TT tours
- PCT great wage/points ratio
- guarantees solid points in hybrid race
- can serve very well in a motor/domestique role

Pavel Potocki

50k wage
25 years old

77 Mountain
72 Hill
70 ITT

- on minimum wage a brilliant domestique
- goes well in CT as a captain
- plenty of years in his prime
- can offer good support on any level with his back-ups

Roy Jans

55k wage
28 years old

76 flat
74 hill
74 sprint
74 acceleration

- great leadout (ask Kump)
- brilliant in hilly sprints
- powerhouse that can work on the front on multiple terrains
- cross-division scorer (219 points last year)

Jaka Bostner

50k wage
28 years old

75 hill
74 mountain
74 acceleration
77 fighter

- perfect attacking stats
- 2-terrain domestiques
- depth point machine in any division
- minimum wage scorer for CT

Ahmed Belgasem

50k wage
31 years old

74 mountain
73 hill
71 cobbles
71 flat
70 sprint
71 acceleration
69 time trial

- usable wherever you need to close gaps in your lineup
- perfect rider for breakaways
- can score depth points on any terrain

note that it's very unlikely that we're going to sell all of them, it's more like half


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Croatia14
Update Isostar Transfer Center


Likely around half of the following low-wage-high-reward domestiques/minor scorers/PCT captains are looking forward to be shipped while transfer season is going on. Keep a close eye on them, as we always prefer early deals over late ones.

MatthiasBrändle79 TT, 76 Mon, 75 Fla, 79 Prl140k4x29576,25
XavierQuevedo78 Hil, 75 Acc135k4x27576,05
RamunasNavardauskas74 Hil, 75 Spr, 76 TT, 77 Prl, 75 Fl80k4x30574,62
JéromeGiaux77 Spr, 73 Fla, 71 Cob70k4x32674,43
StanislauBazhkou75 Hil, 76 TT, 76 Prl, 75 Res75k4x27674,4
RoyJans74 Hil, 74 Spr, 74 Acc, 76 Fla55k4x28473,85
JakaBostner74 Mon, 75 Hil, 74 Acc, 77 Ftr50k4x28473,74


We've agree on terms with offers for Potocki & Belgasem, they are off the clock. We take both money and swaps in any scenario into account (2 for 1s, cash + rider,...). Still we are interested in low-budget secondary stage racers.

Feel free to hit us up with creative offers, or just plain money.

Lime greets!
 
Croatia14
Update Isostar Transfer Center


Still we've got 7 riders in our team, of which 3-4 are looking forward to be sold:

MatthiasBrändle79 TT, 76 Mon, 75 Fla, 79 Prl140k4x29576,25
XavierQuevedo78 Hil, 75 Acc135k4x27576,05
RamunasNavardauskas74 Hil, 75 Spr, 76 TT, 77 Prl, 75 Fl80k4x30574,62
JéromeGiaux77 Spr, 73 Fla, 71 Cob70k4x32674,43
StanislauBazhkou75 Hil, 76 TT, 76 Prl, 75 Res75k4x27674,4
RoyJans74 Hil, 74 Spr, 74 Acc, 76 Fla55k4x28473,85
JakaBostner74 Mon, 75 Hil, 74 Acc, 77 Ftr50k4x28473,74


TT-prone Stage Races

Here we got 3 riders on the market. With their low wage and high cross-division scoring potential they should become more expensive in the duration of the transfer period. As we kind of want instant money to work on deals however, we feel like on could be sold earlier.

For Matthias Brändle we've seeked a lot of interest and some offers yet, though they haven't been convincing so far. We are looking forward to a range of 1.xxx.xxx, in which we've seeked interest for him. Otherwise a swap + cash deal could do wonders.

Stanislau Bazhkou has also attracted some interest, but negotiations so far have been loose. Being as close to min-wage as to 100k he's got an outstanding wage-value ratio. Sadly we need cash. We've had decent offers of 600k or 300k+a notable domestique, but the opposition is playing the waiting game. Time to step in?

Ramunas Navardauskas may be the most requested rider of all. No surprise given his skillset and incredible 80k wage. We don't mind keeping him at all, but if the offer is great we may have to sell him instead of others. Hit us up, from now on we also take cash only offers into consideration.

PCT Scorers

One of those will be sold, with Quevedo the likelier of the two.

Xavier Quevedo has the combination of hill and acceleration to score big in PCT. Of course he could dominate in CT, but probably he is out of the price range there (don't hesitate to try though). We've had several talks on him, but deals around 700k or 350k + secondary stage racer fell through. We are looking forward to creative offers or cash.

Roy Jans has seeked NO INTEREST so far. Are you kidding me? This guy scored over 200 points last year in PCT while almost being on min wage. Somebody is sleeping on this opportunity, as he is the perfect leadout for tough sprint races over the hills or cobbles.

CT-Leaders/Domestiques

Probably on the move as the space in the team is needed.

Jerome Giaux has seen some interest in the range of 200-300k. If somebody is ready to make a quick deal on a great PCT/CT leadout & half-classics specialist, hit us up. He works very well as a depth scorer on cobbles I can tell you, as when he leads out in these weird bunch sprints and you have a top cobbler he's always at the top "protecting" your leader but instead sprinting to points.

With Jaka Bostner it's far from sure that we're selling him. 50k wage and great hill/mountain/acc/ftr combination make him a rider you don't want to let go. Only if we really need cash we'd think of doing so, or if the offer is outstanding. We have received some greater interest, but are yet to see a convincing offer.
 
Croatia14
We've now had a bid of 530k for Quevedo, which is not quite matching our thoughts. We're probably looking forward to sell him today, so we'd prefer to be hit up rather sooner than later if there is deeper interest.

Jans also has seen some loose talks now, going into the direction of 500-600k. That's where we'd see him at almost min-wage.

We'd also like to have Giaux sold today, so please hit us up in the next couple of hours on him if you are interested in him.
 
Croatia14
Quevedo is looking to be on the move now, his price is at 700k.

For Bazhkou we have an offer of a rider+money combination which we value at 600k - prices in that range will be considered.

Bostner and Jans could be in the direction of 500k+, Giaux for 200k+

For Navardauskas and Brändle we are yet to expand their horizon, feel free to come at us with cash or swap+cash offers.
 
Croatia14
Update: 5 riders left


MatthiasBrändle79 TT, 76 Mon, 75 Fla, 79 Prl140k4x29576,25
RamunasNavardauskas74 Hil, 75 Spr, 76 TT, 77 Prl, 75 Fl80k4x30574,62
JéromeGiaux77 Spr, 73 Fla, 71 Cob70k4x32674,43
RoyJans74 Hil, 74 Spr, 74 Acc, 76 Fla55k4x28473,85
JakaBostner74 Mon, 75 Hil, 74 Acc, 77 Ftr50k4x28473,74


Brändle & Navardauskas have seen a lot of interest but yet no convincing offer. We may keep both at the end, given the fact that we haven't seen a concrete offer in our demand range that would convince us.

Giaux should be sold in the next upcoming days. We are in talks with two swap + cash out deals, they are hindered by other dependencies but may come true rather quickly. So offers for such a model or just cash offers please rather sooner than later.

Jans has seen valuations around 500k, but not as a direct offer. We are happy to keep him, could use the money on him or a stage racing/climbing co-leader as well.

Bostner is not needed to be sold. We had concrete talks in a similar range of 400-500k, but teams are needed to free space first. Time for offers to step in?
 
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ToshVan der Sande79 Spr, 79 Acc, 75 Fla, 78 Sta, 73 Res275k28676,42
MatthiasBrändle79 TT, 76 Mon, 75 Fla, 79 Prl140k29576,25
JonathanSalinas77 Mon, 73 Hil, 71 TT, 72 Acc95k28575,04
RamunasNavardauskas74 Hil, 75 Spr, 76 TT, 77 Prl, 75 Fla80k30574,62
JéromeGiaux77 Spr, 73 Fla, 71 Cob70k32674,43
RoyJans74 Hil, 74 Spr, 74 Acc, 76 Fla55k28473,85
JakaBostner74 Mon, 75 Hil, 74 Acc, 77 Ftr50k28473,74


Tosh van der Sande: A strong energy sprinter is on the market. We aquired him, but due to other trades including signing Simon Spilak. Hence we have to sadly let him go again. He's got an outstanding skillset, that would make a nice leader in PCT and also a solid captain for PT. With his outstanding energy stats he could also be an object for some massive training.

Van der Sande has proven to be a great scorer in 2016, where he scored almost 500 for Strava, leading their cinderella story to promotion. Another way of using him is to have as a dominant leadout that is almost unbeatable for other riders given his combination of energy and speed. He also goes very well over cobbles and hills to go for minor classics sprints.

We are listening to all kinds of money or swap ideas here.

Also new on the block in Jonathan Salinas, who was aquired as part of the Bazhkou deal. However, we'd also very much look forward to keeping him, though we'll listen to outstanding offers. He's got 77 Mountain, 73 Hill, 71 Hill and 72 Acceleration, which is an outstanding skillset for somebody on just 95k.

We got a couple of talents as well, that we might sell if we get into cash trouble and receive outstanding offers. However these have to be groundbreaking, and it will be very difficult.

- Xhuliano Kamberaj (maxing at 79 Sprint, 78 Acceleration, 75 Flat, outstanding back-ups)
- Daniel Jaramillo (maxing at 77 Mountain, 75 Hill, 76 Acceleration)
- Jernej Svab (maxing at 76 Hill, 78 Acceleration (!))
- Tadej Logar (maxing at 76 Hill, 74 Mountain, 73 Acceleration)
 
Croatia14
Update Isostar Transfer Center


ToshVan der Sande79 Spr, 79 Acc, 75 Fla, 78 Sta275k28676,42
MatthiasBrändle79 TT, 76 Mon, 75 Fla, 79 Prl140k29576,25
JonathanSalinas77 Mon, 73 Hil, 71 TT, 72 Acc95k28575,04
RamunasNavardauskas74 Hil, 75 Spr, 76 TT, 77 Prl80k30574,62
RoyJans74 Hil, 74 Spr, 74 Acc, 76 Fla55k28473,85
TadejLogarmaxed: 76 Hi, 74 Mo, 73 Acc50k24470,43


We still haven't seen significant movement for Tosh van der Sande. He's our first priority to leave the team, as we don't exactly look forward to pay his wage this year. Buying him would bring you an incredible trade chip for next year however, as a huge wage drop is expected and he's got tons of upside potential, especially on flat & bumpy classics.

Brändle, Navardauskas, Jans and Salinas are trade chips for low wage. We look forward to cash some of them in in the near future. Jans may go in a deal possibly rather sooner than later.

Logar is part of our teams silverware. The young gun could become a trade option if there is a rather nice offer. For groundbreaking offers we'd also listen to whispers on Kamberaj & Jaramillo, but we very much doubt that we're going to sell these talents at the moment.
 
Croatia14
Had a quiet night, only that it looks likely that the deal for Jans in off the ladder. We received significant interest for him, which is no surprise though given his skillset and wage...we are looking forward to offers around 500k for him.

Other riders all on the block still, remaining open for creative offers.
 
Croatia14
Van der Sande is likely sold. If no quick offer comes in that impresses me a lot then he's gone.

Ramunas Navardauskas & Mathias Brändle are on the edge right now. It looks like one of them will be staying while the other will leave our squad. Whichever rider gets the better offer may leave.

Tadej Logar is searching for a team that is willing to commit into developing a nice prospect on lvl 3. We are searching for a transfer: The fee is secondary with him, we want to find a team where he has a place to go in the future. We are looking to sell him.

Jonathan Salinas is almost clear to be on the move. Offers have to be in the region of 750k+ to stop that from happening if last details are tackled.

Roy Jans is on the move.

Daniel Jaramillo & Xhuliano Kamberaj are rare back-up plans that are very unlikely to be sold.
Edited by Croatia14 on 24-07-2018 01:14
 
Croatia14
Update


Salinas, Jans and van der Sande are off the clock, they have deals. We are searching for offers for either Ramunas Navardauskas or Mathias Brändle as well as a buying offer for Tadej Logar.
 
Croatia14
Update


We are looking for getting clear of two more riders from our team: It will happen as the following. We'll sell whoever has the better offer out of Mathias Brändle or Thomas Faiers. One is an Elite Stage-Racer for TT-prone tours, and the other is as well. While Faiers likes it with more mountains and enjoys Grand Tours with his outstanding recovery and energy stats as well, Brändle is a specialist for these short TT-tours that have their kicks here and there. Obviously he is a great teammate as well.

We are looking forward to cash offers, swaps + cash are pretty unrealistic right now, but don't hesitate to try. There is no need to sell however, so don't try to come too cheap on us here please Smile

On the other side we have Ramunas Navardauskas still available. However, we'll only sell him if his offer combined with the offer fees we're receiving add up to a certain sum. Riders with his allround-skillset are impossible to get on his wage these days though, so we feel like he should bring us quite a nice sum.

Tadej Logar unluckily is set to leave us, as we have a rider too much on the roster. We're searching for a team that likes to buy a nice young talent from Slovenia, maxing at the perfect 50k domestique stats with 76 Hill, 74 Mountain and 73 Acceleration that you'll never get for 50k in the free agency but would always like to have on your side. He's also got a perfect skillset for early breaks.

ThomasFaiers78 Mon, 75 TT, outstanding back-ups145k31676,40
MatthiasBrändle79 TT, 76 Mon, 75 Fla, 79 Prl140k29576,25
RamunasNavardauskas74 Hil, 75 Spr, 76 TT, 77 Prl80k30574,62
TadejLogarmaxed: 76 Hi, 74 Mo, 73 Acc50k24470,43
 
Croatia14
Isostar Sale: The last 3 hours


ThomasFaiers78 Mon, 75 TT, great back-ups145k31676,40
MatthiasBrändle79 TT, 76 Mon, 75 Fla, 79 Prl140k29576,25
RamunasNavardauskas74 Hil, 75 Spr, 76 TT, 77 Prl80k30574,62
TadejLogarmaxed: 76 Hi, 74 Mo, 73 Acc50k24470,43


We came to agreements on sellings of Ramunas Navardauskas and Mathias Brändle. If no groundbreaking offers come in for one of them or Thomas Faiers, then we will sell the pair. We'd prefer to keep Brändle over Faiers, so an offer of 1.xxx.xxx on Thomas Faiers could make me turn my mind. Otherwise it will be those two sold and Faiers kept most likely.

In other terms, Tadej Logar still needs a home. We are willing to take a short fee for him, eventhough we see his ceiling as a great 50k domestique as really valuable given his max at 76 hill 74 mountain 73 acceleration. In 2 years this will be a bargain signing for whoever picks him up, sadly we right now need to free that one roster spot.
 
Croatia14
Isostar Sale: (almost) all gone


You won't believe it, but our rack is dead empty. There is only 1 option where we'd still make a move, and that is if Marcel Wyss, who has joined us for cap reason, will be swapped for a rider with up to 80k wage that suits our approach slightly more. We could use mostly a Time Trial asset for him, or a more allround rider. Wyss can still score great on CT and decent on PCT level, and will be a nice attacker nevertheless. We however feel like he could be a better fit on another team Smile

75k
32 years old

75 hill
75 acceleration
76 stamina
76 downhill

We are not looking for money, we'd only do a swap for a rider if anything.
 
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