IPL 2022 Retention: Complete list of retained players, remaining salary purse for mega auction

IPL 2022 Retention: Here's a look at the full list of retained players, salary caps and auction purse remaining ahead of the 2022 IPL season.

27 players were retained by eight franchises ahead of the 2022 IPL season on Tuesday.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) player retentions was completed on Tuesday with eight teams retaining as many as 27 players ahead of the 2022 IPL auction.

Four teams - Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians, Kolkata Knight Riders and Delhi Capitals - retained four players each while Rajasthan Royals, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Sunrisers Hyderabad opted for three retentions.

Punjab Kings opted for two retentions, which leaves it with the highest salary purse of 72 crore for the auction which will see a maximum salary cap of Rs. 90 crore.

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The Lucknow IPL franchise has picked up India wicketkeeper-batsman K.L. Rahul, Australia all-rounder Marcus Stoinis and uncapped Indian leg-spinner Ravi Bishnoi for the 2022 edition.

Rahul signed the deal for Rs 15 crore, Stoinis for Rs 11 crore and Bishnoi for Rs 4 crore.

The Ahmedabad franchise named their choices -- Hardik Pandya, Shubman Gill and Rashid Khan -- on Monday. It is understood that Pandya and Rashid have been locked for Rs 15 crore each, while Gill will be paid Rs 7 crore.

Lucknow is expected to dive into the auction with a purse of Rs 60 crore. Ahmedabad, owned by the CVC Capital Partners, will be batting with a purse of Rs 53 crore.

Here's a look at the team-wise retentions and remaining auction purse for each franchise

TeamPurse RemainingPlayers Retained
Punjab Kings72 crore2
Sunrisers Hyderabad68 crore3
Rajasthan Royals62 crore3
Royal Challengers Bangalore57 crore3
Chennai Super Kings48 crore4
Kolkata Knight Riders48 crore4
Mumbai Indians48 crore4
Delhi Capitals47.5 crore4


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Chennai Super Kings

Player 1: Ravindra Jadeja - Rs. 16 crore

Player 2: MS Dhoni - Rs. 12 crore

Player 3: Moeen Ali - Rs 8 crore

Player 4: Ruturaj Gaikwad - Rs 6 crore

Retention Deduction: Rs 42 crore


IPL 2022's Retention exercise also saw some big names miss out - here's a look at some of the most surprising omissions from across the eight existing franchises

 

Delhi Capitals

Player 1: Rishabh Pant - Rs. 16 crore

Player 2: Axar Patel - (Rs 9 crore, 12 crore deducted from purse)

Player 3: Prithvi Shaw - (7.5 crore, 8 crore deducted from purse)

Player 4: Anrich Nortje - (6.5 crore)

Retention Deduction: Rs 42.5 crore


Kolkata Knight Riders

Player 1: Andre Russell - Rs. 12 crore (16 crore deducted from purse)

Player 2: Varun Chakaravarthy - Rs. 8 crore (12 crore deducted from purse)

Player 3: Venkatesh Iyer - Rs 8 crore

Player 4: Sunil Narine  - Rs 6 crore

Retention Deduction: Rs 42 crore


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Mumbai Indians

Player 1: Rohit Sharma - Rs. 16 crore

Player 2: Jasprit Bumrah - Rs. 12 crore

Player 3: Suryakumar Yadav - Rs. 8 crore

Player 4: Kieron Pollard - Rs 6 crore

Retention Deduction: Rs 42 crore

 
 

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Punjab Kings

Player 1: Mayank Agarwal - Rs. 12 crore (14 crore deducted from purse)

Player 2: Arshdeep Singh - Rs. 4 crore

Retention Deduction: Rs 18 crore

 

Rajasthan Royals

Player 1: Sanju Samson - Rs. 14 crore

Player 2: Jos Buttler - Rs. 10 crore

Player 3: Yashasvi Jaiswal - Rs 4 crore

Retention Deduction: Rs 28 crore


Royal Challengers Bangalore

Player 1: Virat Kohli - Rs. 15 crore

Player 2: Glenn Maxwell - Rs. 11 crore

Player 3: Mohammed Siraj - Rs. 7 crore

Retention Deduction: Rs 33 crore


Sunrisers Hyderabad

Player 1: Kane Williamson - Rs. 14 crore

Player 2: Abdul Samad - Rs. 4 crore

Player 3: Umran Malik - Rs 4 crore

Retention Deduction: Rs 22 crore