India’s World Cup-winning former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni can be seen in the upcoming edition of T-Ten League in Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi can join this competition by saying goodbye to IPL. The cricket community is abuzz with such news. However, if this rumor is true, the T-Ten League will undoubtedly get an additional dimension.
Abu Dhabi T-Ten Tournament Chairman Shaji Mulk talks about Dhoni. He told the media about Dhoni’s T-Ten League play. Shaji Mulk said they are thinking of offering Dhoni to play. According to him, Dhoni has a lot of influence in this type of cricket. He also said that Dhoni gave them several suggestions in this competition. Shaji Mulk confirms that they will definitely offer Dhoni.
They are thinking of playing Dhoni in the T-Ten league mainly to increase the attractiveness of the competition. Before that, however, they confirmed Robin Uthappa for the next season. Mulk also said that several other Indian cricketers have shown interest in playing in this league.
Dhoni is leading Chennai Super Kings in the IPL. He will also be seen in the upcoming season of IPL. However, it is known that Dhoni will not play in the IPL after the next season. Instead he can be seen in this T-Ten League in Abu Dhabi. However, Dhoni has not been formally offered yet. Therefore, his T-Ten League game cannot be guaranteed yet.
Note that there are restrictions on Indian cricketers, they cannot play in any foreign competition. They are not allowed from the Indian Board. However, Dhoni has no restrictions in this regard. Now he can participate in any foreign competition due to retirement. So if he gets the offer from Abu Dhabi, the game there is completely dependent on his will.
However, Dhoni has not yet opened his mouth about the matter. He was seen relaxing in Dubai a few days ago with his wife and daughter. Indian media has reported that Dhoni will start preparing for the upcoming IPL season after retirement. Recently there were rumors that Dhoni might be appointed to an important position in the Indian cricket team.