After the retention of the players, how much money is now in the wallet of which team is a big question. Because with that he will enter the auction.
The process of retaining players for IPL 2022 is over. All the teams have announced the names of their retained players. After the retention of the players, how much money is now in the wallet of which team is a big question. Because with that he will enter the auction. Let’s take a look at the money left in all the teams purse after retention one by one.
Chennai Super Kings (CSK): Apart from MS Dhoni, Chennai Super Kings have retained all-rounders Ravindra Jadeja, Moeen Ali and Rituraj Gaikwad. 42 crores have been spent in retaining these 4 players. And, now 48 crore rupees are left for auction in the wallet of this team with yellow jersey.
Delhi Capitals (DC): Rishabh Pant, Axar Patel, Enrikh Norkhia and Prithvi Shaw were among the 4 players retained by Delhi Capitals. He spent Rs 42.50 crore in retaining these four and now Rs 47.50 crore is left in his wallet for auction.
Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR): Shahrukh Khan’s team has spent 42 crores in retaining 4 players. And now this team also has 48 crores left for auction in its purse. KKR have retained Russell, Venkatesh, Varun and Sunil Narine.
Mumbai Indians (MI): 5-time IPL champion, this team also has 48 crore rupees left after the retention of players. This team has retained Rohit, Bumrah, Suryakumar Yadav and Kieron Pollard.
Punjab Kings (PBKS): Preity Zinta’s team has retained only 2 players – Mayank Agarwal and Arshdeep Singh. This team has the maximum amount of Rs 72 crore left for the auction.
Rajasthan Royals (RR): This team, which became the first winner of IPL, has 62 crore rupees left for mega auction. This team has retained only 3 players.
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB): Rs 57 crore is left for auction in the purse of RCB, which retains Virat, Maxwell and Siraj.
Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH): Known as Orange Army, Rs 68 crore is left for auction in the purse of this team. It has retained Abdul Samad, Umran Malik and Kane Williamson.