IPL 2020: Ajinkya Rahane, Trent Boult and Mayank Markande Get The Hike In Salary After Auction
Franchise in Indian Premier League (IPL) will keep their eye on the preferable players in the auction. On Friday (15th November), the franchises have released the data of players who have been retained and released. Franchises have also traded-in and traded-out the players till Thursday before the closing of trading window. According to Times Now report, Ajinkya Rahane, Trent Boult and Mayank Markande have got a hike in their salary after trading.
Ajinkya Rahane traded to Delhi Capitals
Ajinkya Rahane, the most capped player of Rajasthan Royals, was traded to the Shreyas Iyer-led Delhi Capitals. Mayank Markande and Rahul Tewatia were swapped to Rajasthan Royals with the experienced player. Ajinkya Rahane will be seen in Delhi Capital’s jersey in the upcoming edition.
Ajinkya Rahane in IPL 2018 auction was bought for Rs 4 crore by Rajasthan Royals. Now, he has been signed for Rs. 5.25 crore by Delhi Capitals. He has got a hike of Rs. 1.25 crores in his salary.
Trent Boult traded to Mumbai Indians
New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult is roped by Mumbai Indians from Delhi Capitals. Jasprit Bumrah and Boult will form a lethal partnership. He will prove as a beneficial player for the team and has got a hike in his salary by the defending champions.
In 2018 IPL auction, he was roped for Rs. 2.2 crore by DC. Now, Boult is set to take home an extra Rs 1 crore as MI has opted to pay Rs 3.2 crores for his duty.
Mayank Markande traded to Rajasthan Royal
The buzz of the week was trading of Mayank Markande twice in one window. In August, he was roped by Delhi Capitals from Mumbai Indians. Then, Rajasthan Royals traded in Mayank from Delhi Capitals. Royals signed him for Rs. 2 crore which is the highest paycheque for the player.
In 2018, Mumbai Indians signed him for Rs. 20 Lakh. For the upcoming edition, he has got a hike of Rs. 1.80 crore which is massive in comparison to the two other players.
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