‘Indian players showing no interest’
Pakistan Super League (PSL) managing director Salman Sarwar Butt has said no Indian player has shown interest in participating in country’s inaugral Twenty20 competition so far.
Butt said the Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) doesn’t allow players contracted to them to play in overseas leagues, but added that if any of the Indian players contacts them to play in the PSL, they would b welcomed if the board allows.
“Indian players at the moment are not allowed by the BCCI to take part in overseas leagues,” Butt said during an interview with Pakpassion.com.
“I have not received any notification of interest from any of the Indian players but if there are any Indian players who would like to play in the PSL then we will welcome them,” he added.
“We are open to them playing in the PSL providing their Board gives them approval,” he wrote. ANI
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