The Colombian and his Movistar team believe the feat is a realistic undertaking for the two-time grand tour winner.
Vuelta winner Nairo Quintana set to vie for a second Giro d'Italia crown and his first Tour de France title next year.
Nairo Quintana is resolute in his plan to win the Tour de France. With Movistar focused on that goal as well, the dream may come true soon.
Sport director and manager Eusebio Unzué says sooner or later, Nairo Quintana will win the elusive yellow jersey.
The Colombian still wants to win the yellow jersey, but the prospect of racing on the exciting 2017 Giro route is enticing.
The Colombian won the Italian grand tour in 2014 but has yet to win the Tour de France.
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AFP discusses five takeaways from the season's final grand tour, the three-week race across Spain.