Australia’s Cameron Green has been roped in by Mumbai Indians for an incredible Rs 17.50 Crore for Indian Chief Association (IPL) 2023 yet he will be accessible to play just as a hitter till April 13. This has come after Cricket Australia gave responsibility the board strategy rules for pacers that establishments should keep.
On the morning of the closeout, Leading group of Control for Cricket in India’s (BCCI) Chief and IPL COO Hemang Amin wrote in the email to the 10 establishments, “Cricket Australia has informed today that Cameron Green (player No. 8) will be completely accessible. In any case, assuming that he includes in all the four Test matches of the Boundary Gavaskar Prize, Green can not bowl for a considerable length of time from the finish of the fourth Test planned from ninth Walk to thirteenth Walk, 2023.”
The 23-year-old all-rounder is presently going through treatment for a harmed finger which has controlled him out of the third Test among Australia and South Africa scheduled to start on Wednesday. It is to be noticed that Green turned into the second-most generously compensated player in the bartering and it will be very fascinating to see what sort of job he gets in IPL.