According to reports, Australian star opening batter David Warner is ready to give up his interest in the UAE T20 League and is ready to play in the Big Bash League.
He is set to play in the BBL for the first time since 2013 after his negotiations with Cricket Australia (CA).
Earlier, it was announced by David Warner’s manager that both parties were working on a solution. Warner doesn’t have a BBL contract and was thinking of playing in the ILT20, which starts after Australia’s Test series against South Africa.
The Aussie batter had applied for a no-objection certificate (NOC) to play in the UAE league. The southpaw wanted to play for a franchise owned by the Delhi Capitals.
The UAE-based league is ready to offer lucrative deals to Aussie players, and stars like Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Marsh, Matthew Wade, Adam Zampa, Aaron Finch, and Tim David are not happy with Cricket Australia’s decision to offer AUD$ 340,000 (US$ 236,000 approx.) to top overseas players.