The list of the highest paid IPL 2021 players and their salaries
To answer all your queries, we have compiled a list of 10 prominent IPL 2021 players and their salaries.
After four months of delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Indian Premier League is finally set in motion. Fans and followers are now glued to their screens, excited to see what team will take the lead this time.
While appreciating the cricketing skills of their favorite players, people are also wondering how much the cricketers are paid for one league. To answer your queries, we have compiled a list of 10 prominent IPL 2021 players and their salaries.
Here’s a list of the ten highest-paid players of the IPL 2021 tournament:
- Virat Kohli, Royal Challengers Bangalore — 170 million INR (PKR 388 million)
- Chris Morris, Rajasthan Royals — 162.5 million INR (PKR 371 million)
- Pat Cummins, Kolkata Knight Riders — 155 million INR (PKR 353 million)
- MS Dhoni, Chennai Super Kings — 150 million INR (PKR 342 million)
- Rohit Sharma, Mumbai Indians — 150 million INR (PKR 342 million)
- Rishabh Pant, Delhi Capitals — 150 million INR (PKR 342 million)
- Kyle Jamieson, Royal Challengers Bangalore — 150 million INR (PKR 342 million)
- Glenn Maxwell, Royal Challengers Bangalore — 142.5 million INR (PKR 325 million)
- Jhye Richardson, Punjab Kings — 140 million INR (PKR 319 million)
- David Warner, Sunrisers Hyderabad — 125 million INR (PKR 285 million)
PCB is planning to offer $250,000 (PKR 42 million) to rope in international superstars
According to the latest media reports, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ramiz Raja is planning to bring international cricketers to the Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise. Sources state that the Chairman is willing to offer the players big money to play in the PSL tournament. As per reports, a proposal has been put forward that a foreign cricketer with star power should be offered around $250,000 (PKR 42 million) for his association with the PSL franchises for a season.
To do this, Ramiz Raja is now set on convincing the PSL franchise owners to offer lucrative packages to the best cricketers worldwide. A meeting in this regard will be held on Friday. During the meeting, the PCB chairman plans to put forward the involvement of international players as a solution to make the PSL event more versatile and attractive for the audience.
According to Ramiz Raja, international cricketers will reward the PSL with star attraction. In return, they will receive approximately a quarter of a million from 2022 onwards. Sources state that PSL franchise owners were already planning to involve some key players in the league; however, Ramiz Raja’s latest proposal is expected to lure even bigger stars from across the world to make the league even grander.
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