Jos Buttler has been one of the best performers for Rajasthan Royals in the IPL over the years.
Inaugural Indian Premier League (IPL) champions Rajasthan Royals are reportedly keen to offer a multi-year deal to tie down England captain Jos Butler. Representing the Pearl Royals in SA20 and the Rajasthan Royals in the IPL, Butler is definitely a fan favorite.
One possible rationale for this deal is Butler’s ability to win games alone with racket in hand, and this means the franchise has already secured his 2022 Indian Premier League title. (IPL 2022).
According to a recent report in The Telegraph, the Rajasthani royal family is seriously considering offering Butler a lucrative contract. However, time will tell what the situation will be and whether Butler will accept a contract if offered.
And Butler isn’t the only player reportedly offered such a contract. As the Daily Mail previously reported, England star pace-setter Geoffra Archer is reportedly in contention to sign a similar deal with the five-time IPL champions Mumbai Indians. there is
However, there are downsides to cricket franchises. That is to give up his contract with the national team. If a player is on a permanent contract with a cricket franchise, the national team board must obtain the franchise’s approval for the player to be placed on international duty.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is currently fighting to prevent players from joining multi-year contract franchises. The ECB are reportedly offering multi-year deals with increased playing fees to encourage players to stay.
However, preventing players from signing contracts with different franchises because it helps them advance their careers can prove to be very difficult. Given that the players don’t play that many test matches, a focus on white ball cricket in the annual tournament will help keep them in shape and allow them to represent their countries in major ICC tournaments. You might even be able to increase your flexibility.