Matteo Jorgenson will soon wave goodbye to Movistar after four seasons with the Spanish squad As the end of his best season to date draws near, Movistar ’s Matteo Jorgenson must surely have more than half an eye on 2024 and his exciting transfer to Jumbo-Visma . It has been a hard-earned journey to joining what many consider to be the best team in the world, and the American is looking forward to the resources that the Dutch outfit will have at their disposal to further his development.
“I just wanted a team where I could get the most out of myself,” Jorgenson told Cyclingnews at the Gree-Tour of Guangxi . “That was my highest priority, to go somewhere I could reach my highest physical level.”
A lot was said about Jorgenson’s sacrifices earlier in the season – with the 24-year-old often paying for performance improvements and individual high-altitude camps out of his own pocket – but on the team that won all three of this year’s Grand Tours, such investments should become a thing of the past.
“I’m going to a team where I won’t have to do those things on my own and where I’ll have a structure around me, which I’m really looking to,” he said.
“It will be a lot less personal stress and I won’t have to take charge of these things, they’ll kind of already be there, built-in.”
His transfer to Jumbo-Visma was announced in August , just weeks after the Idaho native had come within mere metres […]