Royal Challengers Bangalore have drafted in Manvinder Bisla from Kolkata Knight Riders whereas Mumbai Indians have also bought in Parthiv Patel from Royal Challengers Bangalore, as per IPL‘s official website. 

Parthiv Patel, former Indian wicket-keeper has represented five IPL teams in its seven seasons. These include Chennai Super Kings, Kochi Tuskers Kerala, Deccan Chargers, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore. 
 
Manvinder Bisla represented three IPL teams including Deccan Chargers, Kings XI Punjab and Kolkata Knight Riders. He became an overnight success by scoring 89(48) in the IPL 5 final against Chennai Super Kings to guide Kolkata Knight Riders to their 1st IPL victory. 
 
Earlier this week, Unmukt Chand from Rajasthan Royals and R Vinay Kumar from Kolkata Knight Riders were bought by Mumbai Indians. 
 
Image Courtesy: NDTV
 
 

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