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Spaniard Contador has repeatedly said he wanted to leave Astana in order to join a team with the capacities to support him in his bid for a third Tour de France victory next year.
The UCI has published a list of teams whose ProTour licence, which gives a team the right to take part in the biggest races, had been granted. Astana, along with Team Sky, Caisse d'Epargne, Saxo Bank and Euskaltel Euskadi, were not on the list.
Although they have until November 20 to meet the UCI's requirement to get a ProTour licence, the governing body's regulations state that a rider is free to go if his team has not had their licence renewed by October 20.
"The Rider may terminate the present contract, without notice nor liability for damages (...) if, on 20 October of the year preceding a year of registration covered by the present contract, the UCI ProTeam has not submitted a registration file containing the essential documents," the UCI regulations say.
Contador has been contacted by Quick Step and has expressed interest in the Garmin-Slipstream and Caisse d'Epargne teams.
His brother and agent, Fran Contador, told www.as.com: "If this clause exists, we must look at the options that it offers."
In the teams' world ranking Astana ended the season on 1,100 points, with Valverde's Caisse d'Epargne second on 1048 and American outfit Team Columbia third on 957.
Spain also topped the nations world ranking on 1,756 points with Italy (984) in second and Australia (960) third.
The Tour of Lombardy, won by Belgium'sPhilippe Gilbert of Silence, brought the curtain down on the official 2009 cycling season on Saturday.AFP
A source close to the investigation specified on Tuesday that police were particularly interested in Contador's Astana team but the Spaniard was unfazed about the probe.
"In France, the fight against doping is total and Astana was the most scrutinised team in the Tour," Contador said after the route for the 2010 race was unveiled in Paris.
"I heard they were looking into our waste but I'm absolutely relaxed."
Seven-times Tour winner Lance Armstrong, who came out of retirement to finish third overall with Astana this year, said: "I don't have any answers because I don't know anything about the case.
"But I'm confident that our team has been racing clean. We just have to deal with it and get on with it."
The investigation was opened after syringes and transfusion material were found in a container used by the Kazakh-funded team to dump medical waste during the last four stages of this year's race.
Under French law, a preliminary investigation is launched to see if there are sufficient grounds for a formal investigation.
The French Anti-Doping Agency said earlier this month a report on testing procedures during the 2009 Tour suggested Astana were given preferential treatment during the race.
Astana and the International Cycling Union dismissed the suggestions as groundless.Reuters
Contador's future at Astana is up in the air despite him having a further year to run on his contract and reports have linked the Tour de France champion with a move to Team Sky.
Lovkvist believes a host of teams are interested in the Spaniard, and admitted his name came on the radar in the spring, but says he will not be racing in the same team as Contador in 2010.
"That is not correct," Lovkvist told eurosport.se in response to talk of a move for Contador.
"He is a very good cyclist that every new team wants to sign, he is always a hot name.
"I know that Team Sky had a discussion regarding Contador in the spring, but now that's history.
"Probably every team has been in contact with Contador. I think his agent is playing a game to push up the price. There is no truth to that rumour."
Team Sky have also been linked with Garmin's Bradley Wiggins but team manager David Brailsford denied they had made a bid for the Olympic champion.
"We are pretty much there and happy with the composition of the team," said Brailsford. "Brad is under contract and has another year to run at Garmin, so we have to respect that.
"That is where we stand at the moment."Eurosport
But Spaniard Contador, Tour champion in 2007 and 2009 and arguably the best climber in the world, can look forward to stretching his rivals in the Pyrenees, which will be the highlight of cycling's showcase event in 2010.
Four stages, including a gruelling 16th stage with four daunting climbs, will be held in the mountains that form the border between France and Spain.
A hundred years after first featuring on the Tour map, the Pyrenees could be the scene of a classic battle between Contador and seven-times champion Lance Armstrong.
"The route is better than last year's because there are more mountains," Contador said.
"Finishing with the Tourmalet is great for me," he added, referring to the last mountain stage which ends at the top of the 2,115-metre high Col du Tourmalet.
Armstrong, 38 and third this year, reflected: "Well, it's not your traditional Tour. (But) I was never one to say I like this Tour, I dislike this Tour. It's the Tour.
"The best man always wins and you always do the Alps and the Pyrenees and you always have some demanding time trials."
The three-week race over almost 3,600 kilometres will start with an 8km prologue in Rotterdam before diving into the heartland of cycling - Belgium.
The first stage will take the riders along the North Sea, with 12km and 6km sections on an embankment, with crossing winds likely to split the peloton.
"With these two sections on an embankment, with the strong winds blowing, there could be some trouble," said Prudhomme.
The opening stage to Brussels will also go through Antwerp and Meise, the hometown of five-times winner Eddy Merckx.
A tribute will be paid to the classics, with the second stage going through roads used on Liege-Bastogne-Liege.
Leaders will have to be extremely cautious in the third stage, which features treacherous cobbled sections used for Paris-Roubaix, the Queen of the Classics.
"There will be 11km of cobblestones in the last 30km. There will be some damage," said Prudhomme.
Contador, who has never taken part in the Paris-Roubaix race, said: "Cobblestones are nice on TV, but not on the bike."
Armstrong, who has more experience in the one-day classics, should not suffer too much, according to his mentorJohan Bruyneel, who is set to leave Astana to join Armstrong's RadioShack outfit next season.
"He (Armstrong) feels good on these kind of stages, for him it's not a problem at all," the Belgian said.
Although the Alpine stages will not prove too arduous, a single-stage detour in the Jura mountains is expected to prove tricky, with 56km of climbs over the last 120km in the seventh stage to Station des Rousses.
"That could cause havoc," said Prudhomme.
Those that survive the Pyrenees will then head to Bordeaux for the last rest day before a final individual, 51km time trial to Pauillac through the Bordeaux vineyards.
The race will end on the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 25.
Tour d'France 2010 stages:
July 3: Prologue - Rotterdam, 8 km
July 4: Stage 1 - Rotterdam - Brussels, 224 km
July 5: Stage 2 - Brussels - Spa, 192 km
July 6: Stage 3 - Wanze - Arenberg Porte du Hainaut, 207 km
July 7: Stage 4 - Cambrai - Reims, 150 km
July 8: Stage 5 - Epernay - Montargis, 185 km
July 9: Stage 6 - Montargis - Gueugnon, 225 km
July 10: Stage 7 - Tournus - Station des Rousses, 161 km
July 11: Stage 8 - Station des Rousses - Morzine Avoriaz, 189km
July 12: Rest day - Morzine Avoriaz
July 13: Stage 9 - Morzine Avoriaz - St Jean de Maurienne, 204km
July 14: Stage 10 - Chambery - Gap, 179 km
July 15: Stage 11 - Sisteron - Bourg les Valence, 180 km
July 16: Stage 12 - Bourg de Peage - Mende, 210 km
July 17: Stage 13 - Rodez - Revel, 195 km
July 18: Stage 14 - Revel - Ax 3 Domaines, 184 km
July 19: Stage 15 - Pamiers - Bagnes de Luchon, 187 km
July 20: Stage 16 - Bagneres de Luchon - Pau, 196 km
July 21: Rest day - Pau
July 22: Stage 17 - Pau - Col du Tourmalet, 174 km
July 23: Stage 18 - Salies de Bearn - Bordeaux, 190 km
July 24: Stage 19 - Bordeaux-Pauillac, individual timetrial 51km
July 25: Stage 20 - Longjumeau - Paris Champs Elysees, 105 km
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