IPL’s lasting under-entertainer Glenn Maxwell indeed got large cash at the players sell off with Royal Challengers Bangalore offering an astounding Rs 14.25 crore to get his administrations on Friday.
Britain all-rounder Moeen Ali likewise went at a significant expense of Rs 7 crore to Chennai Super Kings. Both Maxwell and Moeen had base costs of Rs 2 crore.
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Interestingly, Australian Steve Smith, who was delivered by Rajasthan Royals, was purchased by Delhi Capitals for Rs 2.20 crore, just Rs 20 lakh more than his base cost.
KKR made the initial offer for Maxwell however it at last turned into a two-way offering battle between Chennai Super Kings and RCB before the Virat Kohli-drove group won him with an offer which came to Rs 14.25 crore.
All the establishments are good to go to purchase new players in front of IPL 14. While a few establishments will zero in on minor changes, others are set to go in for large changes with a major tote available to them.
|PLAYERS||COUNTRY||IPL TEAM||BASE PRICE (IN INR)||SOLD FOR (IN INR)|
|Steve Smith||Australia||DC||2 crore||2.2 crore|
|Glenn Maxwell||Australia||RCB||2 crore||14.25 crore|
|Shakib Al Hasan||Bangladesh||KKR||2 crore||3.2 crore|
|Moeen Ali||England||CSK||2 crore||7 crore|
|Shivam Dube||India||RR||50 lakh||4.4 crore|
|Chris Morris||South Africa||RR||75 lakh||16.25 crore|
|Dawid Malan||England||PK||1.5 crore||1.5 crore|