AUS Captain Pat Cummins Turned Down Indian League’s Big Offer For International Cricket


Pat Cummins Denies Big Offer: Franchise league is becoming a big threat to international cricket. There is also a constant discussion about this. At the same time, a similar case has also come to the fore. Where Australia’s current Test captain Pat Cummins was recently offered a big offer to play by India’s franchise league, which was turned down by Pat Cummins. Pat was given this offer for about $1 million.

Cummins turned down a big offer
According to a Fox Sports report, this big offer was made to Pat Cummins by an intercity league in India. Pat had turned down this big offer saying that he had to spend time playing international cricket for Australia, so he could not play franchise cricket.

After IPL, the biggest league of cricket in India, now different states are also organizing cricket league in their own place. There is a constant effort of the leagues organized by the states to include international players in their league as well. For which he tries auction and trading. Under this, the current Test captain of Australia, Pat Cummins, was also offered. According to the report, Cummins said that the opportunities are very big, which offer you big money. But for me, playing international cricket for my country is the biggest priority at the moment. We cannot take it lightly.

Many players are playing franchise cricket instead of the country
Let us tell you that there are many such players in world cricket who are leaving their country’s team and playing franchise cricket. At present, franchise cricket is being played in different countries of the world. Let us tell you that very soon a T20 cricket league will be played in South Africa. Auction has also taken place recently for this. At the same time, let us tell you that the players of the Indian team do not participate in any franchise league except IPL.

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