Thus, in the midst of a very turbulent broker market despite the inactivity on the track, the Japanese team wanted to seal its lineup for the next two campaigns before the start of the World Cup, which will take place this weekend with the Spanish GP.
Although the economic conditions of the operation have not transpired, the figures would be similar to those that Pol Espargaró currently perceives in the Mattighofen force, about two million euros per year.
The movement began to be evident when Pol Espargaró (2013 Moto2 world champion) was left out of the KTM squad for the coming year.
By the way, the arrival of Pol Espargaró will mean the departure of Álex Márquez, who has renewed with the golden wing brand until the end of 2022, but as part of its satellite team: the LCR Honda.
Images of Pol Espargaró: Pol Espargaró Twitter