Babar Azam declines lucrative ILT20 contract of $500,000. According to sources, Pakistan’s legendary captain Babar Azam would probably miss the ILT20 in 2019.
For every side he has played for around the world, Babar Azam has been excellent. He is recognized as one of cricket’s best batters in the current era. Fans are constantly eager to learn about his impending appearances in T20 tournaments as a result. Fans were eager to learn which team the 28-year-old will be playing for after the PCB decided to allow. Its players to compete in the second season of International League T20 (ILT20).
The Pakistani skipper playing in the three stunning venues in Dubai, Abu Dhabi. Sharjah would have thrilled the cricket fans in the UAE as well. Babar may not appear in ILT20’s second season, which is expect to air in January or February 2024, according to reports. The right-handed batter reportedly denied a massive USD ILT20 contract worth half a million. Because of problems with the conditions of payment and disagreements over image rights.
According to sources within Pakitan Cricket. The ILT20 organizers were considering signing Babar Azam in addition to having him play in the league as a brand ambassador. Babar will play in the Bangladesh Premier League. Which is schedule to start on January 10, 2024, rather than the ILT20, where he now competes.
Shaheen Shah Afridi set to be the highest-earning cricketer in ILT20
Shaheen Shah Afridi agreed to a lucrative three-year contract with the Desert Vipers that included an additional $400,000 in image rights compensation. The left-arm seamer thereby rose to the position of highest-paid cricketer in the six-team league. It’s interesting to notice that Shaheen’s contract contains a special provision. Before the third season, Shaheen’s salary will automatically increase if any side signs a player for a higher salary than the Pakistan pacer.
ILT20’s second season will air between January 19 and February 18 of the following year. The plan is for the future season to be “bigger and better” than the first.