After many bunches of controversies between Suresh Raina and the Chennai Super Kings campaign, finally a good news for all the yellow fans that Raina is going to take part in the upcoming edition of IPL.
In the recent report given to Mumbai Mirror by CSK official, has quoted that Suresh Raina will step in for Chennai Super Kings for the 14th edition of Indian Premier League.
“He will be with us. There are no plans to part with him,” said by one of the CSK Official.
Chennai management will definitely go for Raina as they had a disastrous season in the concluded edition. Chennai wasn’t never meant for the tag they took in this year. Finishing in the seventh point is like just a first time for them in the history of IPL. So to overcomes this nightmare they will definitely go for Suresh Raina to fill the space in the team that lack off.
According to the Inside Sport it is notable that after exiting from the recent edition, Suresh Raina and Chennai management has cancelled out all the agreements and if now they have to bid on Raina, they should have to sign new contract. The contract was canceled when Raina decided to Leave the team from UAE due to personal issues.
Reason behind pulling out the name from IPL-2020
After some mumbling situations occurred between the management and Raina due to the allotment of hotel room in Dubai which eventually made him to leave the team as said in the reports. But finally the reason behind leaving the season was due to some personal reasons.
Right now, Suresh Raina is involved in some cases regarding night party covid norms and was got arrested for this. He was arrested for violating the rules encoded by Maharashtra Government.
“We have only read about the arrest. Our plans have nothing to do with that development. He will continue to be with us,” said by CSK official.
Raina has tremendous records in IPL with 5368 runs in just 193 games and is considered as the second most run getter in the Indian Premier League. He will also soon take part in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy leading Uttar Pradesh tean.