Md Amir Is Set To Play IPL 2024?

Former Pakistan cricket sensation Mohammad Amir, who had retired from international cricket in 2020, has once again grabbed the headlines with his recent revelations. The 31-year-old left-arm seamer, currently residing in the UK with his lawyer wife Narjis Khan, has disclosed his intention to acquire UK citizenship in 2024. While speculation arose about the possibility of him representing England, Amir swiftly dismissed such notions. However, he did raise eyebrows by expressing interest in potentially joining the highly popular Indian Premier League (IPL) once he secures his passport in 2024.

Mohammad Amir, made waves in 2020 when he announced his retirement from international cricket at the young age of 28. Since then, he has been residing in the United Kingdom, leading a relatively low-key life away from the cricketing spotlight.

In a recent interaction with reporters, Amir shed light on his plans for the future. While the idea of representing England gained traction following Ramiz Raja’s appointment as Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman, Amir promptly dismissed any speculation. Citing his loyalty to Pakistan, he affirmed that he would not consider playing for any other country.

However, it was his mention of the Indian Premier League that caught the attention of cricket enthusiasts and pundits alike. Amir stated that he would contemplate the possibility of participating in the IPL once he obtains his UK passport in 2024. This revelation has stirred curiosity among fans who are eager to see him showcase his skills on the grand stage of the world’s most celebrated T20 tournament.

However, the left-arm seamer emphasized that his decision regarding the IPL would be contingent upon future circumstances. Acknowledging that he takes things one step at a time, he mentioned that he could not predict what would happen in a year’s time. Amir’s cautious approach reflects his desire to carefully consider all aspects before committing to any future cricketing endeavors.

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“Firstly, I will not play for England because I have played for Pakistan. And for IPL, I have a year to get my passport. I go step by step and do not know what will happen in a year.”

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