Yuvraj Singh is thinking about taking retirement from international cricket?

Yuvraj Singh, India’s one of the best batsman is thinking to take retirement from international cricket in a bid to make him himself available franchise-based leagues across the world.

While the Yuvraj Singh was not available for the statement, an official from Indian Board of Cricket stated that the Punjab Left-hander is considering to retire from international cricket if he gets clearance from the board.

“He has informally told a few people about his plan, but he may officially take a call once there is more clarity from the BCCI and the league management,” he added

The official also gave a clue that Yuvraj has offers from Global T20 Canada and Euro T20 Slam in Ireland in this summers.

A few days ago, Indian left-arm fast bowler Irfan Pathan added his name in the Caribbean Premier League draft his this act raised many questions about whether he was eligible to be part of the draft as he is still an active first-class cricketer.

Indian Cricket Board officials said that they have asked Irfan Pathan to take out his name from CPL, this publication understands that the player hasn’t heard any such thing from the officials yet.

Indian Cricket Board official also stated that if Yuvraj takes out his name the board rules need to be checked “There are finer lines and that is something we need to look at,”

37 year old has played only four matches for India in Indian Premier League 2017 from the team Mumbai Indians.

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