Highest-paid PSL 2024

Highest-paid PSL 2024

With several international series and T20 leagues fighting for attention, the new year is expected to get off to a frantic start. Among the major international matches to begin the year are England’s tour of India, West Indies’ tour of Australia, Pakistan’s visit of Australia, and India’s trip of South Africa. T20 leagues will run…

With several international series and T20 leagues fighting for attention, the new year is expected to get off to a frantic start.

Among the major international matches to begin the year are England’s tour of India, West Indies’ tour of Australia, Pakistan’s visit of Australia, and India’s trip of South Africa.

T20 leagues will run concurrently because there is a limited window for non-IPL competitions.

The Pakistan Super League will begin play in February, a few weeks after the International League T20 concludes in the United Arab Emirates on January 19. Australia’s Big Bash League is scheduled to conclude on January 24.

Cricket players now have a lot of options when it comes to where and when they play. In order to obtain the greatest prices at international and franchise competitions, many are choosing not to participate in central contracts.

It’s difficult to draw in the best players when cricket matches are scheduled one after the other. And using cash incentives is the most effective method to accomplish it.

Though, to be fair, no league is as wealthy as the Pakistan Super League, it nevertheless makes an effort to sign the greatest players.

The list of top earnings from the PSL’s 2024 edition is shown below. It should be mentioned that the PSL uses a draft method, meaning that each player’s actual pay is unknown because they are selected based on slabs, which can change depending on the player’s star rating.

The highest tier is the Platinum category. There, players can make anywhere from $130,000 to $170,000.

Highest-paid crickets of PSL 2024

Shaheen Afridi (Lahore Qalandars): up to $170,000*

Mohammad Rizwan (Multan Sultans): $170,000

Babar Azam (Peshawar Zalmi): $170,000

Shadab Khan (Islamabad United): $170,000

Rovman Powell (Peshawar Zalmi): $170,000

Naseem Shah (Islamabad United): $170,000

Rilee Rossouw (Quetta Gladiators): $170,000

Fakhar Zaman (Lahore Qalandars): $170,000

Iftikhar Ahmed (Multan Sultans): $170,000

Kieron Pollard (Karachi Kings): $170,000

Rassie van der Dussen (Lahore Qalandars): $170,000

Jordan Cox (Islamabad United): $170,000

David Willey (Multan Sultans): $170,000

Daniel Sams (Karachi Kings): $170,000

Mohammad Nawaz (Karachi Kings): $170,000

Sherfane Rutherford (Quetta Gladiators): $170,000

Mohammad Amir (Quetta Gladiators): $170,000

Noor Ahmad (Peshawar Zalmi): $170,000

Schedule

PSL’s ninth season is slated to begin in the second week of February at the latest.

Since Pakistan’s cricket league is being managed by an interim administration, there is a great deal of uncertainty surrounding its governance. Zaka Ashraf, the PCB chief, has been informed that important contracts and decisions must be approved by higher authorities, and that he can only manage the day-to-day operations of the board. For PSL 2024, there is still no broadcast agreement in place. Furthermore, Pakistan will hold general elections in February, which explains the ambiguity.

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