Lahore, Aug.27 (ANI): After middle order batsman Mohammad Yousuf and bowling all-rounders Abdul Razzaq and Rana Nave-ul-Hassan parted ways from the Indian Cricket League (ICL) to represent their country once again, several other Pakistani cricketers are also thinking about ending their ties with the rebel league.
Hasan Raza, one of the 22 Pakistani players in the ICL, said former wicketkeeper captain Moin Khan would soon send a notice to the ICL asking it to release the cricketers.
"I think till the ICL lasted it worked for us and we benefitted from it financially. But now it is time to move on for us. After all, we still have a chance of representing our national team and domestic teams again," Raza said.
Raza said ICL's future was uncertain so the players wanted to return to the national team or seek some other assignment.
"We have still not received some dues from the ICL for the last few months and the ICL future is also uncertain," The Daily Times quoted Raza, as saying. (ANI)