The old eight teams of the Indian Premier League have released their list of retained players. Punjab Kings have retained Mayank Aggarwal and Arshdeep Singh this time, but captain KL Rahul has bid farewell to the team. Now there is a controversy over this issue.
Punjab Kings co-owner Ness Wadia has alleged that if KL Rahul has already been approached by other teams, it is against the rules. “We wanted to retain KL Rahul, but he wanted to go to auction,” Ness Wadia said in a statement. But if they have been approached by other teams before the auction, it is against the rules. “
In fact, there have been reports claiming that the Lucknow team has contacted KL Rahul. “I hope it doesn’t happen because it is against BCCI rules,” said Punjab Kings co-owner Ness Wadia. “We have retained Mayank Agarwal and Arshdeep Singh,” Ness Wadia said. Mayank is a great player and has been loyal to the franchise. Arshdeep has also improved himself, he can play for India soon.
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It is to be mentioned that this time IPL mega auction is taking place, before this every old team had a chance to retain a total of four players. Many teams have retained one to four players. According to the rules, no player or other team can communicate with each other until the old team has released that player completely. Only after leaving the old team can a player talk to the new team or go to the auction. When Ravindra Jadeja was part of the Rajasthan Royals in 2010, he tried to make a deal with another team. He was found guilty of violating the rules, which prevented him from playing for a year.
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