Kathmandu, Jan 6 : Nepal's leg-spinner Sandeep Lamichhane has been included in the Pakistan Super League (PCL) draft.
PCL on Tuesday has picked 25 foreign players including Lamichhane for the sixth edition of its tournament to be held this year.
All these cricketers have been kept in the platinum class.
The players with higher remuneration are included in this category.
The minimum remuneration of a player classified in the platinum category ranges from $147,000 (NRS 17.2 million) to $ 218,000 (NRS 25.5 million).
Lamichhane along with Rashid Khan, David Villar, Chris Gayle, and Lendon Simmons among other world-class players are included in the platinum class of PCL draft.
The arrangement has been made in a way that a team can take three players from platinum class, equal three from diamond class, five from silver class, and two from emerging class.
Earlier, Lamichhane had played PCL from the Team Lahore in 2019. Currently, he is in Australia in course of playing the Big Bash League.
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