IPL 2024 Auction: Purse Remaining Of All 10 IPL Teams

IPL 2024 Auction: The retention deadline for all ten Indian Premier League (IPL) teams fell on Sunday, November 26. After being finally traded to the Mumbai Indians, where he made his league debut, Hardik Pandya generated a lot of noise during the day. 

The star all-rounder Hardik Pandya called it quits on his two-year contract with the Gujarat Titans (GT), who signed him when Mumbai Indians dropped him before the IPL 2022 season. When deadline day arrived, many famous stars were kept by their current IPL teams, but several other players were released. 

Here is the list of purses that are still available and the total number of slots that are open for each of the 10 IPL clubs before the IPL 2024 auction, as the retention deadline day has finally settled in.

IPL 2024 Auction Date and Venue

The Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai will host the IPL 2024 auction. The mega-auction planned for IPL 2022 took place in Bengaluru, while the mini-auction from the previous year took place in Kochi.

Each IPL team now has a purse of INR 100 crore instead of INR 95 crore. Before the auction, the purse left for each team will be changed based on whether or not they make any additional transactions.

IPL 2024 Teams Purse Remaining & Money Spent on Retention

Chennai Super Kings (CSK): Players on the team and spots that are open 

The 19-man CSK roster, which includes 5 international players, is led by MS Dhoni. Three of CSK’s six open spots are set aside for players from other countries. 

  • CSK total money spent on player retention: Rs 68.6 crore. 
  • CSK still have Rs 31.4 crore left in their auction purse.

Gujarat Titans (GT): Player count and open spots in the squad

There are 17 players on the Gujarat Titans roster, including 6 international players. Eight spots are open in GT’s roster, with two designated for players from other countries.

  • GT total money spent on player retention: Rs 61.85 crore. 
  • GT still has Rs 38.15 crore left in their auction purse.

Mumbai Indians (MI): Players in the roster and open spots

Four of the 17 players on Rohit Sharma’s MI team are foreign players. Four of the eight spots in MI’s roster are set aside for players from other countries.

  • MI total money spent on player retention: Rs 82.25 crore. 
  • MI still has Rs 17.25 crore left in their auction purse.

Number of players on the roster and open spots for the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG)

19 players, including 6 international players, make up KL Rahul’s LSG. With two spots set aside for international players, LSG has six open spots in their roster.

  • LSG total money spent on player retention: Rs 86.85 crore. 
  • LSG still has Rs 13.15 crore left in their auction purse.

Rajasthan Royals (RR): Player count and open spots in the team

There are 17 players in Sanju Samson’s RR roster, five of whom are foreign players. Three of RR’s eight open spots are set aside for players from other countries.

  • RR total money spent on player retention: Rs 85.5 crore. 
  • RR still have Rs 14.50 crore left in their auction purse.

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB): Players in the team and spots available

There are five international players among the 17 players on Sanju Samson’s RR roster. In their roster, RR has eight spots available, three of which are set aside for foreign players.

  • RCB total money spent on player retention: Rs 76.75 crore. 
  • RCB still have Rs 23.25 crore left in their auction purse.

Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR): The number of players and open spots in the team

13 players, including four internationals, make up Shreyas Iyer’s KKR team. Four of KKR’s twelve open spots are set aside for players from other countries.

  • KKR total money spent on player retention: Rs 67.3 crore. 
  • KKR still has Rs 32.70 crore left in their auction purse.

Punjab Kings (PBKS): Players in the team and open positions

Six of the 17 players on Shikhar Dhawan’s PBKS team are foreign players. Eight spots are available in PBKS’s roster, with two of them set aside for international players.

  • PBKS total money spent on player retention: Rs 70.9 crore. 
  • PBKS still have Rs 29.10 crore left in their auction purse.

Delhi Capitals (DC): Players in the roster and open spots

There are 16 players in David Warner’s DC team, four of whom are foreign players. Four of DC’s nine vacant spots are earmarked for players from other countries.

  • DC total money spent on player retention: Rs 71.05 crore.
  • DC still has Rs 28.95 crore left in their auction purse.  

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH): Players in the squad and open spots

There are 19 players in Aiden Markram’s SRH roster, five of whom are internationals. Three spots in SRH’s roster are set aside for players from other countries, leaving six spots open.

  • SRH total money spent on player retention: Rs 66 crore. 
  • SRH still have Rs 34 crore left in their auction purse.

IPL 2024 Auction: Remaining Purse & Slots of all IPL teams

TeamsRemaining purseSlots
Chennai Super Kings31.4 crore (314 million)6
Delhi Capitals28.95 crore (289.5 million)9
Gujarat Titans38.15 crore (381.5 million)8
Kolkata Knight Riders32.7 crore (327 million)12
Lucknow Super Giants13.15 crore (131.5 million)6
Mumbai Indians17.75 crore (177.5 million)8
Punjab Kings29.1 crore (291 million)8
Royal Challengers Bangalore23.25 crore (232.5 million)6
Rajasthan Royals14.5 crore (145 million)8
Sunrisers Hyderabad34 crore (340 million)6

FAQ

1. Which team has the highest purse in IPL 2024?

Ans: In the mini-auction for the IPL 2024, Gujarat Titans had the most remaining purse. In preparation for a hectic auction day on December 19, the Ahmedabad-based company has a budget of 38.5 crores remaining.

2. When will IPL 2024 start?

Ans: It is anticipated that the IPL 2024 will run from March 23, 2024, to May 29, 2024. The IPL is annually organized by the BCCI.

3. Will Hardik Pandya captain Mumbai Indians in IPL 2024?

Ans: Hardik Pandya moved from Gujarat Titans to his former franchise Mumbai Indians at a transfer sum of INR 15 Cr. Hardik Pandya has a good chance of captaining Mumbai Indians this IPL 2024 as Rohit Sharma is focusing on ODI and test cricket.

4. Is the IPL 2024 auction started?

Ahead of the 2024 season, on December 19, Dubai will host the first-ever international auction of IPL players.

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