IPL 2022 Retentions : Ban on KL Rahul and Rashid Khan: The BCCI is likely to ban KL Rahul and Rashid Khan from playing in the IPL for a year after negotiating with other teams before the IPL retention deadline. It is learned that the decision was taken after the Punjab Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad teams lodged a complaint against the Lucknow team.
The IPL 2022 Players Retention deadline ends at 12.00 noon today. The old 8 teams retained players in accordance with the terms of the player retention policy. Teams like Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians can take a maximum of four players. However, the Punjab Kings have not actually retained anyone. However, before the retention deadline, all the teams negotiated with the respective players. The Punjab Kings team tried hard to retain KL Rahul. But Rahul was ready to leave the team. There have also been several rounds of talks for Sunrisers Hyderabad franchise Rashid Khan. But he knew he was not satisfied with the money. Information that he left the team after Rashid decided not to give as much as he asked.
IPL 2022 Retentions : Punjab Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad have complained to the BCCI that the newcomers’ Lucknow team is trying to take away huge sums of money from their team’s players. The BCCI seems to have taken the complaint seriously, though not verbally. According to national media reports, the RP Goenka Group, which bought the Lucknow team, is hoping for a huge amount of money. KL Rahul gets Rs. Information that is ready to give more than 20 crores. Currently, the Punjab Kings are worth Rs. 11 crore is being paid to Rahul. Sunrisers Hyderabad paid Rs. 8.9 crore while the Lucknow team received Rs. It is learned that he is willing to pay up to Rs 16 crore.
The player remains on the contract of any team until they are released in retention. The rules do not allow you to negotiate with other teams at that time. However, KL Rahul and Rashid Khan are still in contract but have negotiated with the Lucknow team. The matter was reported to the BCCI. It is learned that the BCCI has decided to ban the duo from the IPL for one year as per the rules. The BCCI is likely to issue a statement on this today after the completion of the retention process.
In 2010, CSK player Ravindra Jadeja similarly negotiated with the Rajasthan Royals while on contract. He was banned from playing in the 2011 season for a year. Now cricket sources say the same is going to happen in the case of KL Rahul and Rashid Khan.