PSL – Multan Sultans: PCB Terminates Ownership Rights

The PCB has ended the eight-year proprietorship privileges of Multan Sultans. This action was taken after the franchise neglected to pay their yearly expense of USD 5.2 million. Also, according to reports, PCB has repossessed the possession rights, and may put them up for resale before the beginning of the upcoming PSL.

The franchise was previoulsy owned by Schön Group, a Dubai-based enterprise entrenched in the real-estate business. A year ago, they won the rights to Multan Sultans for a 8 years, for USD 41.6 million (USD 5.2 million for each season).

Be that as it may, inside weeks of assuming control, the franchise battled with funds and this year they neglected to pay their yearly charge.

The PCB has not terminated the team, and has rather chosen to run the franchise’s everyday undertakings themselves until the point that another purchaser approaches. The new purchaser will have the privilege to pick their own team name.

The prompt test for the PCB is to choose the squad for the 6th group in the up and coming season of the PSL, which begins on February 14 in Dubai. The players’ draft is set to be hung on November 20 in Islamabad.

With no proprietor at this stage, the PCB is probably going to practice its held rights to pick the squad with the assistance of same group administration headed by Wasim Akram, which had worked in the past season. The course of action will be completed under uncommon administration, and the new proprietor should acknowledge the new contract, with an officially chosen group for the up and coming season.

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