Dubai: Corona’s entry was postponed on the one hand, then the venue was changed to IPL 2021. Then the T20 2021 World Cup has started. But at the same time, there is a lot of news about the upcoming IPL, that is, IPL 2022. Previously, It was reported that 10 teams would play in the IPL instead of 8. Consequently, two new teams were announced a few days ago. With the entry of Lucknow and Ahmedabad, some more important rules have come to the fore before the player auction. (Next season’s IPL mega auction will take place in January 2022)
According to the new rules, 8 teams that already play in the IPL can retain their 4 previous players. Of course, the team can keep up. By doing so, the newly added teams from Lucknow and Ahmedabad will be able to take 3 of each of the remaining players. According to a report from InsideSport.in, a member of the IPL Governing Council said that the players could be auctioned in the first week of January next year. At the same time, the eight existing franchises will be asked to submit their list of retained players to the IPL Governing Council in December. This year, the team will be able to buy players for Rs 90 crore. Last year, the price was 85 million rupees.
The website quotes a CG member in their report. “In the next seven to eight days, the entire deadline related to the next season will be announced. We have spoken informally with all franchises about retained players. The player retention deadline, the auction purse, the auction date will be decided in the next few days and the franchisees will be informed. “
What about foreign players?
According to the recently announced rules, 3 out of 4 players currently playing in the IPL can use a combination of 3 out of 4 players, 1 Indian or 2 Indians and 2 foreigners. For the new team, it has been decided to draw 2 out of 3 Indian players and 1 foreign player.
The price of both new equipment is in the house of 12 billion rupees.
In the auction process of the new team in Dubai, both teams were bought into a house worth Rs 12,000 crore. Actors such as Ranveer Singh were also in the auction process along with large companies and teams such as Adani Group, Torrent and Manchester United. This time, the offers from Adani Group, Torrent and Manchester United reached Rs 5,000 crore. The Sanjeev Goenka Group has bought the Lucknow equipment for around 7,090 crore in the largest offering in IPL history, while CVC Capital has bought the Ahmedabad equipment for around 5,625 crore. Therefore, the price to pay for both teams is over 12 billion rupees.