IPL 2024 Trade Window Rules: In IPL, “Trade” refers to the process where teams can exchange players between each other ahead of the final IPL players’ auction. Though the process may seem simple, BCCI has listed various rules for the player’s trading.
BCCI will open the trading window for a certain period of time where the teams can exchange players between them based on the IPL Trade rules.
Ahead of the 17th edition of the IPL, BCCI planned to host the IPL 2024 Auction in Dubai on December 19. The IPL 2024 Auction will be preceded by the auction for the Women’s Premier League (WPL), expected to take place on December 9.
IPL 2024 Trade Players List
IPL 2024 Trade Players List: The IPL 2024 Trade will allow teams to exchange players between them before heading to the IPL 2024 Auction. Ahead of the auction, each team will release and retain a certain number of players to build a better team.
Teams will release their least-performed player or high-salaried players, who made limited contributions in the previous IPL season and will try to rope in a quality player for their current season.
Every team will plan their auction picks, days before the event – based on their need and player’s performance. Sometimes a player might be considered valuable and almost every team will bid to rope in the player where the franchise with the highest bid will win the auction.
As the IPL 2024 trading window remains open, teams will announce their exchanged players after the official confirmation. The details of the player and team to make the trade will be updated here right after the official announcement.
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- Traded To – Current Team
- Traded From – Previous Team
|S. No||Player||Traded To||Traded From||Deal|
|1||Romario Shepherd||Mumbai Indians||Lucknow Super Giants||Cash|
|2||Devdutt Padikkal||Lucknow Super Giants||Rajasthan Royals||Direct Swap|
|3||Avesh Khan||Rajasthan Royals||Lucknow Super Giants||Direct Swap|
|4||Mayank Dagar||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Direct Swap|
|5||Shahbaz Ahmed||Sunrisers Hyderabad||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Direct Swap|
|6||Hardik Pandya||Mumbai Indians||Gujarat Titans||Cash|
|7||Cameron Green||Royal Challengers Bangalore||Mumbai Indians||Cash|
IPL 2024 Auction News
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- BCCI announced November 30 as the deadline for the players to register for the IPL 2024 auction.
- Gujarat Titans named Shubman Gill as their captain for the IPL 2024 season after Hardik Pandya was traded to Mumbai Indians.
- England batter Joe Root who played the last season for Rajasthan Royals has pulled out of IPL 2024.
- Gujarat Titans set to trade Hardik Pandya to Mumbai Indians where the Mumbai-based franchise will pay Gujarat Titans an undisclosed sum of money in addition to the 15Cr.
- Delhi Capitals have released Manish Pandey and Sarfaraz Khan ahead of the IPL 2024 auction.
- On November 22, Lucknow Super Giants and Rajasthan Royals entered into a direct swap deal for Avesh Khan and Devdutt Padikkal.
- Devdutt Padikkal is likely to be traded to Lucknow Super Giants for IPL 2024.
- Ahead of IPL 2024, KKR appointed Gautam Gambhir as the team’s mentor.
- Chennai Super Kings are set to release Ben Stokes who they bought for INR 16.25 Crores in last year’s auction.
- As per a source, the trade between Harshal Patel and Shardul Thakur was rejected by KKR.
- KKR is set to release Lockie Ferguson in the auction pool.
- Romario Shepherd became the first player to be traded ahead of the IPL 2024 Auction.
- Punjab Kings and Chennai Super Kings are in conversation to trade Liam Livingstone and Moeen Ali ahead of the auction.
- BCCI set November 26 as the deadline for teams to finalise their retention and released players.
- As per a report, Washington Sundar and Rahul Tripathi both are in the KKR Trials camp despite having a contract with the Sunrisers.
- Ahead of the Auction, BCCI increased each team’s purse value by INR 5 crores making the total purse value of INR 100 crore.
- Pat Cummins, Travis Head, Chris Woakes, Alex Hales, Gerals Coetzee and Sam Billings are expected to feature in the Auction.
- Ahead of the IPL 2024 Auction, BCCI opens the trade window for the teams to exchange players between them – if needed.
- IPL 2024 will mark the third and final year of the three-year contract for each player, and a mega auction is scheduled for the next year.
- As per a report, BCCI planned to host the IPL 2024 Auction in Dubai on December 18 or 19.
IPL 2024 Trade Window Rules
IPL 2024 Trade Window Rules: Ahead of the Auction, BCCI confirmed that each team will have a purse value of INR 100 crores – increased by 5 crores as of the previous edition.
With IPL 2024 Auction marking the end of the 3-year window, the speculations about potential player trades hit its high. BCCI is likely to organise the mega auction for the 2025 edition.
In this section, we have described the “IPL 2024 Trade Window Rules”:
- Once the IPL 2024 Trade Window opens, teams can start proposing trades to other franchises.
- IPL 2024 Trade can take place in two ways – a franchise can offer to sell a player or express an interest to acquire a player.
- Negotiations between the two teams should only be with regard to the player fee payable.
- Teams negotiate the terms of the trade, including the players involved, any additional considerations (such as cash considerations or future draft picks), and other relevant details. Once both teams agree on the terms, the trade is considered finalized.
- The other terms of the player contract like the period of the contract will remain the same.
- Though the teams decide the player’s trade, the IPL governing council need to approve the proposed trade and ensure that it complies with the league’s rules and regulations.
- The council reviews the proposed trade and decides whether to approve or reject it based on various factors, including player availability, salary cap considerations, and fairness.
- If more than one franchise is interested in buying a particular player, then the selling franchise has the power to decide which offer to accept out of all those that have been made.
- The trade offers can include both domestic and international players but before trading, the player’s consent must be obtained.
- According to the IPL committee rules, each franchise can have 25 players in their squad, out of which a maximum of 8 can be foreign players. In Playing 11, each team can have a maximum of 4 overseas players in the mix.
- The franchises are not allowed to trade any of the ‘icon’ players. For instance, RCB cannot offer to sell Virat Kohli. Similarly, Mumbai Indians‘ Rohit Sharma won’t be up for grabs either.