Players’ auction for the Indian Premier League is currently three weeks away, but player’s retention was held today and teams have declared the names of those players whom they want to retain the team before the auction.
Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals are returning from next season after the ban of two years, which means in the IPL-11, Gujarat Lions and Rising Pune Super Giant will not play.
Thirumbi vandhutomnu sollu. 🦁🦁🦁#ReturnOfTheSuperKings #SummerIsComing #WhistlePodu pic.twitter.com/rlCISI9iXQ
— Chennai Super Kings (@ChennaiIPL) January 4, 2018
All IPL franchises have decided to name their cricketers for the 2018 season. Thursday at 5 pm was the players’ retention deadline. Now after this the IPL bid will be held on 27-28 January.
This year IPL will be played from April 4 to May 27.
IPL will play 8 teams in 2018, which will also be auctioned at the players’ auction which will be held later this month. These 8 teams have the option that each team can retain 5 players. Six Teams Kings Ilven Punjab (KXIP), Delhi Daredevils (DD), Mumbai Indians (MI), Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) and Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) are constantly playing IPL. On the other hand, Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) are returning after a two-year ban.
Full List of Players retained by the Franchisee
Royal Challengers Bangalore
|Virat Kohli||17 Crore|
|AB de Villiers||11 Crore|
|Sarfaraz Khan||1.75 Crore|
Chennai Super Kings
|MS Dhoni||15 Crore|
|Suresh Raina||11 Crore|
|Ravindra Jadeja||7 Crore|
|Rohit Sharma||15 Crore|
|Hardik Pandya||11 Crore|
|Jaspreet Bumrah||7 Crore|
|Rishabh Pant||8 Crore|
|Chris Morris||7.1 Crore|
|Shreyas Iyer||7 Crore|
Kolkata Knight Riders
|Sunil Narine||8.5 Crore|
|Andre Russell||11 Crore|
|David Warner||12 Crore|
|Bhubaneswar Kumar||8.5 Crore|
|Steve Smith||12 Crore|
Kings XI Punjab
|Axar Patel||6.75 Crore|
IPL Retention: Without the use of RTM, teams have arrangements for direct retaining of maximum of three players. Some of these rules have been fixed in addition; there is also a salary cap.
- Maximum 3 caped Indian players.
- Maximum 2 foreign players
- Maximum 2 Uncaped Players
In the event of retaining three players before the auction:
- Player 1: 15 million
- Player 2: 11 million
- Player 3: 7 crores
Before retaking two players before the auction:
- Player 1: 12.5 million
- Player 2: 8.5 million
- Three players have to retain 1 Player Rs.15 crore, 11 million for second player and 7 crore for third player.
- On retaining two players, the first player will get Rs 12.5 crore and the second player will receive 8.5 million rupees.
- If the same player is retaken, then he can get a maximum of 12.5 million rupees.
- An uncapped player will be given 30 million from the franchisee’s auction purse for retaining the above amount.