Yuvraj Singh and Ishant Sharma are in a gathering of eight marquee players in the current year's bartering
Ishant Sharma, Shane Watson, Kevin Pietersen, Yuvraj Singh, Dale Steyn, Aaron Finch, Martin Guptill, and Dwayne Smith have been recorded as the eight marquee players in the IPL 2016 player closeout which will be hung on February 6 in Bangalore. An aggregate of 351 players, including 230 Indian and 121 remote cricketers, will go into the sale.
The shortlist of 351 players was trimmed down from a pool of 714 cricketers. Of the 351 players, 130 are topped, 219 are uncapped, and two are Associate players. A most extreme of 116 players can be picked at the closeout.
Ishant, Watson, Pietersen, and Yuvraj are among 12 players with a base cost of INR 2 crore (approx. $296,000). Ashish Nehra, Dhawal Kulkarni, Sanju Samson, Dinesh Karthik, and Stuart Binny are alternate Indians with the same base cost. Among abroad players, Michael Hussey, Kane Richardson, and Mitchell Marsh have pulled in the top store cost.
Delhi Daredevils have the most extreme assets remaining, INR 37.15 crore (approx. $5.47 million), having discharged 13 of their players from a year age’s squad including Yuvraj and Angelo Mathews. In 2015, Yuvraj was the most costly purchase for the second successive closeout after the Daredevils raised the offer cost to INR 16 crore ($2.3 million). Adrenaline junkies additionally paid INR 7.5 crore ($1.1 million) for Mathews.
Taking after is the tote staying with the each of the other seven establishments:
Rulers XI Punjab (INR 23 crore), Kolkata Knight Riders (INR 17.95 crore), Mumbai Indians (INR 14.405 crore), Royal Challengers Bangalore (INR 21.625 crore), Sunrises Hyderabad (INR 30.15 crore), Rising Pune Super Giants (INR 27 crore), Rajkot (INR 27 crore).