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Mumbai Indians To Release Cameron Green, Jofra Archer Ahead Of Mini-Auction: Reports


Mumbai Indians To Release Cameron Green, Jofra Archer Ahead Of Mini-Auction: Reports


Mumbai Indians (MI) are reportedly considering releasing all-rounder Cameron Green and pacer Jofra Archer ahead of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 mini-auction. The five-time champions might be hoping to add extra funds for strategic purchases in the auction.

Cameron Green entered last year’s auction with a base price of ₹2 crore. The Mumbai Indians franchise bought him for a whopping total of ₹17.5 crore, making him the most expensive Australian player and the second-most expensive overall in the auction’s history.

The all-rounder delivered an outstanding debut season in the IPL despite changing his batting position regularly throughout the tournament. The right-handed batter amassed 452 runs in 16 matches at an impressive average of 50.22 and a strike rate of 160.28.

Mumbai Indians To Release Cameron Green And Jofra Archer

Cricbuzz reported that the Mumbai Indians are considering releasing Cameron Green and Jofra Archera ahead of the auction. The release of these two players is aimed at creating extra funds, with an increase of ₹5 crore from last year’s auction for strategic purchases.

The Mumbai-based franchise bought Jofra Archer for ₹8 crore in the last mega auction. The right-handed bowler played just five matches and picked up two wickets at a dismal average of 95 and an economy rate of 9.5. Archer was ruled out in the middle of the season.

Romario Shepherd Traded To Mumbai Indians

The Mumbai Indians traded Romario Shepherd from the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) for his base price of ₹50 lakh. Shepherd has played four IPL matches, securing three wickets. Previously, he represented the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) team in the cash-rich league.

The IPL 2024 auction is set to take place in Dubai on December 19, marking the first time an IPL auction will be held outside India. The trade window for IPL 2024 will close on Sunday, November 26, serving as the deadline for all 10 franchises to submit their retention lists.

IPL 2024 Remaining Purse

  • Punjab Kings: ₹12.20 crore
  • Mumbai Indians: ₹50 lakh
  • Sunrisers Hyderabad: ₹6.55 crore
  • Gujarat Titans: ₹4.45 crore
  • Delhi Capitals: ₹4.45 crore
  • Lucknow Super Giants: ₹3.55 crore
  • Rajasthan Royals: ₹3.35 crore
  • Royal Challengers Bangalore: ₹1.75 crore
  • Kolkata Knight Riders: ₹1.65 crore
  • Chennai Super Kings: ₹1.5 crore

Also read: “No Point In Holding Back Someone Who Really Wants To Leave…” – Aakash Chopra Taunts Hardik Pandya


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