As per reports, BCCI is likely to allow IPL franchises to retain four players for IPL 2022. It is learned that an informal discussion between the franchises and BCCI was held where both parties agreed to retain four players. The reports state that teams will be allowed to retain three Indians and two overseas players with maximum retentions not going beyond four. Take a look this IPL betting sites for your guide and tips.

Meanwhile, it is also understood that franchises have been informed that the new teams will be allowed to pick a few players outside the auction. Also, the RTM card, which was introduced in the 2018 auction, is likely to be dumped for the 2022 edition.

“A team is set to be allowed to keep up to three Indian and two foreign players with the total number of retentions not exceeding four. There may also be a cap on retaining uncapped players – a team will not be allowed more than two,” reported Cricbuzz

Also, the player purse is likely to be fixed at 90 crores for the upcoming season, which will further be increased to 95 crores and 100 crores in the subsequent two seasons. A franchise that will retain four players will be left with 30- 45 crore less purse for the auctions in comparison to the franchise who doesn’t opt to retain any player.


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