Totally! Read about it on procycling.com yesterday. They made it sound like he was bitter about Cunego being picked to the squad instead of him (He was not chosen for the team for the tour in the first place). But when Cunego pulled out, they expected him to be chosen as the leader, but it sounds like he didn't want any part of it. He won't be on the team next year, so perhaps he is trying to get back at the team while he still can.
Santa Cruz Chameleon, Cannondale R800 (CAAD4) with Dura-Ace upgrade
my guess is that he knows he won't perform well after the effort he put in at the Giro. He is going to try to recover and put in a strong performance at the Vuelta in hopes of landing a gig at a new team. A bad performance at the Tour wouldn't do him much good in that endeavor.