England all-rounder Sam Curran became the most-expensive IPL buy ever when Punjab Kings brought him for Rs 18.50 crore. Money in the Bank, Sam!
Cameron Green followed suit to Mumbai Indians after he was sold for Rs.17.5 crore. Looks like the greener pastures are here for the Australian batter.
Not-so-surprising! Chennai Super Kings pulled off the Ben Stokes deal for a whopping Rs. 16.25 crore. But this was expected considering the England all-rounder’s insane form.
Nicholas Pooran also commanded big bucks as Lucknow bought him for Rs.16 crore after a nail-biting bidding war with Delhi Capitals.
Sunrisers Hyderabad snapped up English cricketer Harry Brook for a whopping Rs.13.25 crore.
Former Punjab Kings captain Mayank Agarwal was sold to Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs.8.25 crore.
After a bidding war, Jason Holder was sold to Rajasthan Royals for Rs.5.75 crore. Oh boy, the West Indies all-rounder was in some demand!
After a bidding war between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Delhi Capital, Heinrich Klaasen was sold to Sunrisers for Rs.5.25 Cr.
Under the uncapped all-rounder's list, Sunrisers Hyderabad bagged Vivrant Sharma for Rs.2.6 Cr. That’s quite a level-up from a base price of Rs.20 lakh.
The New Zealand captain was sold to Gujarat Titans as per his base price - Rs.2 crore. Might not be a huge amount compared to the others on this list, but this list would have been incomplete without one of the greatest captains of all time.
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