UPDATED On 6 November 2018:
ShiKhar Dhawan Returns to Delhi
Daredevils after 11 Years
Its good news for Delhi Daredevil Lovers, Shikhar comes back to the team after a huge gap of 11 years. As by his present performances, he seems to be in very good form and no doubt his fans are expecting a lot from him. We hope this year is going to be amazing for IPL lovers. This was the latest news from IPL Transfer window 2019.
The transfer of players has been started for IPL 2019. In this season of Indian Premier League, you will find many changes in the previous Teams for which the shuffling is already started. Here is all the information for IPL 2019 Pre Season Transfer Window on which now the Teams Strength will depend. It is a crucial time for the teams as well as Players. So you also keep an eye over things if you are a fan of Cricket.
Player Switch: Marcus Stoinis and Mandeep Singh –
IPL Season 12 Transfer Windows
Mumbai Mirror reported more transfer movement in RCB with the Virat Kohli-led franchise trading Indian batsman Mandeep Singh for Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis from Kings XI Punjab during IPL Transfer Windows.
Stoinis was retained by KXIP using the ‘Right to Match’ card at the auction after RCB raised the bid to a massive Rs 6.20 crore. The Aussie though could not deliver for the franchise, scoring just 99 runs in 7 matches last season. Mandeep Singh had also seen both RCB and KXIP show interest in him at the auction with RCB making the winnings bid of Rs 1.40 crore. He was the team’s third-highest scorer behind Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers, smashing 252 runs in 14 matches.
IPL 2019 Transfer Window Updates – RCB Sell De Kock Return
South African keeper Quinton de Kock became the 12th edition of Indian Premier League’s first trade when he was sold to Mumbai Indians earlier this month, as reported by Sources.
The Proteas player had been bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 2.8 crore in the auction last January. Reports suggest Mumbai Indians bought him for the same amount but will be releasing Bangladeshi bowler Mustafizur Rahman and Sri Lankan offspinner Akila Dananjaya to justify the buy. The Ambani-owned franchise had paid Rs 2.2 crore for Rahman and Rs 50 lakh for the Sri Lankan.