The second day of PKL Public sale 2021 noticed many franchises splurging huge quantities on the star gamers of the Kabaddi world. Former Patna Pirates captain Pardeep Narwal joined the UP Yoddha after the franchise submitted a bid price ₹1.65 crore for his providers.
In the meantime, the Patna Pirates determined to bid ₹84 lakh for Sachin Tanwar and ₹55 lakh for Prashanth Kumar Rai.
All-rounder Sandeep Narwal will likely be representing Dabang Delhi KC within the upcoming Professional Kabaddi League season, whereas former Dabang Delhi KC defender Ravinder Pahal has joined the Gujarat Giants.
The groups exercised their ‘Last Bid Match’ playing cards as nicely. The Bengaluru Bulls purchased their skilled defender Mahender Singh again, whereas Siddharth Desai returned to the Telugu Titans.
Apparently, the Patna Pirates used their FBM card for Korean raider Jang Kun Lee.
Sadly, skilled Indian all-rounders Manjeet Chhillar and Ran Singh remained unsold at PKL Public sale 2021. Talking of the public sale, there may be another day left, and on the ultimate day, gamers from class ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ in addition to the unallocated gamers will likely be up for grabs.
Earlier than the ultimate day of PKL Public sale 2021 will get underway, here is a take a look at the remaining purse worth of all 12 groups.
Jaipur Pink Panthers have essentially the most cash left at PKL Public sale 2021; UP Yoddha solely franchise with lower than ₹1 crore in purse worth
1. Jaipur Pink Panthers – 2.06 Cr
2. Haryana Steelers – 1.89 Cr
3. Dabang Delhi KC – 1.88 Cr
4. Bengal Warriors – 1.81 Cr
5. U Mumba – 1.80 Cr
6. Puneri Paltan – 1.74 Cr
7. Patna Pirates – 1.63 Cr
8. Tamil Thalaivas – 1.58 Cr
9. Gujarat Giants – 1.54 Cr
10. Telugu Titans – 1.29 Cr
11. Bengaluru Bulls – 1.22 Cr
12. UP Yoddha – 0.87 Cr