Indian all- rounder Hardik Pandya had been transferred to Mumbai Indians from Gujarat Titans for IPL 2024. It was all cash one way from Gujarat to Mumbai for Pandya. On the other hand, Australian all- rounder Cameron Green who was bought for a whopping 17.5 crore rupees last year by Mumbai Indians, had been traded to Royal Challengers Bangalore.
BCCI and IPL have already approved these cash- only trades. During the ICC ODI World Cup 2023, Pandya got injured while playing against Bangladesh. The 30 years old all-rounder took no further part in that tournament. While Aussie all- rounder Cameron Green, who was a part of World Cup Winning Australian squad, did not have a great World Cup in terms of his individual performance.
IPLhas released an official statement on Monday. That statement it has been confirmed, “Gujarat Titans’ (GT) captain, Hardik Pandya, is set to move back to his first franchise, Mumbai Indians, following a trade between the two franchises.
The all-rounder spent two momentous years with GT, spearheading their campaign with aplomb. In GT’s debut season in 2022, Hardik ensured a fairytale start, with the team lifting the coveted trophy, while they finished runners-up in their second season after a last-ball defeat in a thrilling final earlier this year.”
According to the same statement, “In a separate trade, MI all-rounder Cameron Green has been traded to Royal Challengers Bangalore. Green, who was bought for a whopping INR 17,50,00,000 at the auction last December, featured in 16 matches.
The Australian had an impressive start to the IPL, hitting an unbeaten century and two half-centuries while also taking six wickets. Both trades have been carried out as per the existing player fees.”