The Spanish-based squad is throwing everything it has at winning the Tour de France next season.
With the 2018 WorldTour opener a little more than a month away, riders' grand tour plans for next season are starting to trickle out.
After trading barbs in the media last month, Mikel Landa and Nairo Quintana have buried the hatchet, at least for now.
Nairo Quintana (Movistar) will start his 2018 campaign in his home country of Colombia and the fans are sure to be out in droves.
The 2018 season hasn't even started and there are already questions about who's the man of the house at Movistar.
Nairo Quintana and Mikel Landa are speaking their mind in separate interviews and don't appear to be on the same page.
The Colombian said the route for the French grand tour suits his riding style.
With the Tour de France concluding in a few days, news about potential rider transfers is heating up.
Nairo Quintana seems to have picked the wrong year to attempt the Giro-Tour double with Chris Froome looking vulnerable.
Nairo Quintana admits that he's too far off the leading pace to challenge for the yellow jersey in the final week of the Tour.