Primoz Roglic has been passed fit to go in search of a fourth consecutive Vuelta a Espana title.
Roglic abandoned the Tour de France last month after suffering a dislocated shoulder and a back injury when he crashed on stage five.
The Slovenian battled on despite those injuries before withdrawing ahead of stage 15.
Roglic will be Jumbo-Visma's main man in the Vuelta, though, having recovered to ensure he will be on the start line in Utrecht on Friday.
Jumbo-Visma sports director Merijn Zeeman said: "We are delighted that Primoz can start in the Vuelta after his serious injury in the Tour de France.
"Logically, he didn't have the best preparation, but we greatly respect him for how he managed to get ready.
"We have a good and balanced team at the start that can optimally support Primoz in all areas. It is a pity that Koen Bouwman will not make it to the start due to his injury. We would have loved to see him in the Vuelta in the great form he displayed during the last Giro d'Italia."
American climber Sepp Kuss and double time trial world champion Rohan Dennis from Australia are among Roglic's team-mates in the Vuelta.