Total 590 players are set to go under the sledge during the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction off, which will be held from February 12 to 13 in Bengaluru. While the already existing eight franchises had retained some players ahead of the auction, the two new teams: Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Titans. The Royal Challengers Bangalore have held three players - Virat Kohli, Glenn Maxwell and Mohammed Siraj.
Players held by the Royal Challengers Bangalore:
Virat Kohli (Rs 15 crore)
Glenn Maxwell (Rs 11 crore)
Mohammed Siraj (Rs 7 crore)
RCB Purse Remaining: Rs 57 crore
The following are 5 players RCB should hope to purchase at the IPL 2022 auction:
1. David Warner (6 crore max)
David Warner has been one of the most predictable entertainers in the IPL. Aside from his adventures with the bat at the top of the order, Warner can likewise be incredible pioneer, having driven the SunRisers Hyderabad to the IPL title in 2016. Since Virat Kohli won't be leading RCB this season, Warner could be a choice to in charge.
2. Trent Boult (4 crore max)
The New Zealand pacer was in fine structure for the Mumbai Indians for the last two seasons. In any case, he was delivered by the five-time champions. Boult, who was the player of the 2020 IPL, could begin an offering war. RCB have been feeling the loss of a marquee wicket-taking pacer throughout the long term, and Boult can unquestionably give them that.
3. Rahul Chahar (Rs 4 crore max)
Rahul Chahar was one of the critical figures behind Mumbai Indians incredible hurry to the final in 2020. With RCB delivering Yuzvendra Chahal, Rahul Chahar could be the best swap for Chahal.
4. Mitchell Marsh (Rs 5 crore max)
After years of struggle due to recurring knee injuries, Mitchell Marsh has finally regained his form as he helped Australia to the T20 World Cup title last year. He can pick wickets and can likewise be coordinate victor with bat. RCB ought to hope to procure the administrations of the Australia all-rounder.
5. Dewald Brevis (Rs 75 lakh max)
One of the stars of the as of late finished up U19 World Cup, South Africa's Dewald Brevis was the top-scorer of the competition, hoarding 506 runs in six matches. RCB should hope to get him and lucky man him as a finisher.