IPL 2018: MS Dhoni reunion with Chennai Super Kings on the cards

first_imgThe road for MS Dhoni to join back Chennai Super Kings looks hurdle-free now. The IPL Governing Council has given teams options which could allow them to retain as many as five of their players.The teams will be allowed to buy back five players with options of two retentions and three Right to Match or three retentions and two Right to Match.If a team does not wish to retain any player, it will still have the option of three Right to Match. However, it was decided not more than three Indian and two foreign players can be retained by a franchise.The IPL GC meeting, which was also attended by the Committee of Administrators discussed, among other aspects, the total purse money each franchise can spend .”What has been decided in the meeting was that the franchises can retain three players and two Right to Match or two retentions and three Right to Match,” said one of the members who attended the meeting.NEWS: IPL player policies declared for the upcoming seasonhttps://t.co/EhB2Ka9L7B pic.twitter.com/5Q4m0ntwHz- IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) December 6, 2017The governing council will send these options to the franchises and they will decide which of the two options to accept.It was also decided to increase the total purse of each franchise from Rs 66 crore to Rs 80 crore. The salary cap has also been increased for uncapped players.last_img