Punjab Kings (PBKS) captain KL Rahul and Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) spinner Rashid Khan are gazing at a one-year ban, as indicated by a few reports circling in the media. Both Rahul and Rashid have been drawn closer by an IPL establishment, no doubt Lucknow to go along with them even before the auction list has been authoritatively disclosed by PBKS or SRH.
There has been a verbal protest made to BCCI against the RPSG Group-upheld Lucknow establishment on the grounds of ‘seeking after and poaching’ KL Rahul and Rashid Khan to leave their particular establishments which they are as yet a piece of since the auction list has not been delivered at this point, as per a report by Inside Sport.
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“We haven’t received any letter but we have received a verbal complaint from two franchises about players poaching by Lucknow team,” quoted by BCCI Official to Inside Sport.
“We are looking into it, and we will take appropriate action if it proves to be true. We don’t want to disturb the balance. You cannot avoid such things when there is fierce competition. But it’s not fair to the existing teams when they are trying to balance everything,” further added by him.
Reports guarantee that the India opener in the briefest organization of the game has been offered Rs 20 Cr by Lucknow.
Assuming that is valid, then, at that point, it would make him the most costly player throughout the entire existence of the association. Indeed, even in any case, Rahul at Rs 17 Cr (2018-2021) is as yet the most costly player.
Rahul has played 94 matches in IPL and has amassed 3273 runs at a normal of more than 41.
Concerning Rashid Khan, a proposal of Rs 16 Cr has been made by reports. Sunrisers Hyderabad have shown their advantage to hold Rashid however are simply able to pay Rs 12 Cr.