LODHRAN – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Jahangir Tareen’s son Ali Khan Tareen has expressed that he will bid for the sixth franchise of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), previously known as the Multan Sultans.
In an interview to a private TV channel, Ali said if he is able to win the rights, the name of the team would carry Multan as well.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had terminated the franchise agreement of Multan Sultans after they failed to meet their financial obligations following which Ali expressed his willingness to acquire its rights.
“We are making sure that the team from South Punjab does not get out of our hands. We are working on cricket in South Punjab,” Ali said.
Tareen’s son said his goal was to make an academy and ground in every district and support club cricket so that young cricketers can try their luck at the national level.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has invited bids from interested parties for the rights to the sixth franchise of the Pakistan Super League.
PCB invites bids for rights to PSL’s sixth team
Pakistan Cricket Board has invited bids from interested parties for the rights to the sixth franchise of the Pakistan Super League season 4.
Interested parties have until December 14 to obtain bid documents from the PCB. Information obtained from any other source shall not be deemed official, the board states in its invite.
Technical and financial proposals have to reach the PCB office in Lahore by 11am December 18.