Five Players BCCI Would Have Bought If A Transfer Window Existed In International Cricket
The news outlets and the social media were filled with football transfer news in the last one month. With a new season ahead, the teams have done everything possible and have been splurging cash like crazy to bolster the squads. From French Champions Paris Saint-Germain paying a staggering €222m to secure the services of Neymar to Manchester United coughing up a whopping initial £75m fee for Lukaku, this year’s transfer window has seen some mind-boggling deals.
Well, the world of cricket is perhaps blessed not to have such a window as it at least does not make the fans see their favorite stars making a switch to any other. But what if such a window existed in international cricket and the world’s richest cricket body, the Board of Control for Cricket in India wanted to buy some players to bolster the already strong team. So here we are looking at five such players who the BCCI would have liked to sign:
5. Jos Buttler:
While there is no denying that Mahendra Singh Dhoni is quite impossible to replace and is still going strong, age is not on his side. At 36, the wicketkeeper-batsman is in the twilight of his career, and the BCCI would certainly like to have a replacement ready. In that case, there are very few who can be a better option than England’s Jos Buttler.
With a strike-rate of over 100 in both ODIs and T20Is, Buttler is one of the most explosive batsmen in the world right now and can blow away any bowling lineup just like Dhoni.
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