IPL franchises allowed to retain up to five players for season 11

IPL franchises allowed to retain up to five players for season 11

The Governing Council meeting was attended by the members of the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA).

It's also concluded that the player pool available for Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) for retention/RTM will be the players' who played for them during IPL 2015 and who were part of Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS) and Gujarat Lions (GL) squads during IPL 2017. The other two replacement teams were formed Rising Pune Supergiants where Dhoni captaining in 2016 IPL season and Gujarat Lions for the replacement of Rajasthan Royals.

In the Indian Premier League T20 Tournament, Chennai Super Kings will lead by the former captain of India MS Dhoni with whom the team CSK has won IPL title for two teams.

Meanwhile, salary caps were also set for players starting from Rs 80 crore, in 2018, to Rs 82 crore and then Rs 85 crore in subsequent years. According to the new player retention policy, a franchise can retain upto five players using a combination of Player Retention (Pre-Player Auction) and Right to Match (RTM).

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Commenting on the fact that the team will get to pick the players from the 2015 IPL squad, the CSK director affirmed that they are not losing their head over it and are quite content with the rule. 2 Maximum number of 2 Overseas players.

As per the report by the Indian Express, one franchise was reportedly on the side of retaining as many as five years, while another proposed retention of one player per team. "Increased salary cap of players & base price of uncapped players", said the IPL commissioner Rajeev Shukla. A retention of only two players would cost them INR 12.5 and 8.5 (INR 21 Crores) respectively.

Top players such as Virat Kohli, who turned up for Royal Challengers Bangalore till this season, will most likely come in the Rs 15 crore bracket as they will be the most sought after by their old teams.

"The minimum spend will be 75 per cent of the salary cap for each season", BCCI Acting Secretary Amitabh Choudhary said in a statement after the meeting. For example, if CSK chooses not to retain Dhoni directly and he is placed on auction instead, CSK will have the right to match the highest bid for him and retain him that way.

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