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Chris Froome intent on seeing out contract with Israel-Premier Tech

Chris Froome at the countdown to the 2023 Saitama Criterium

Chris Froome is gunning for a return to the Tour de France next season after Israel-Premier Tech owner Sylvan Adams claimed he “didn’t earn his spot” at this year’s edition. 

Adams publicly criticised the four-time yellow jersey winner during the race, telling Cycling Weekly that signing Froome was “absolutely not” value for money.

“We were a little team and overnight we were hoping to become contenders at the Tour,” Adams said at the time. “It did raise our profile, but this isn’t a PR exercise. My idea was, ‘Wow, we’re going to have somebody to be relevant for the GC at the Tour de France’ and that hasn’t happened.” 

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