Pakistani fast bowler Naseem Shah has made the decision to leave the Quetta Gladiators franchise after spending five years with the team. The 20-year-old is now entering the drafting or trading process for the upcoming season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), with both Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi reportedly interested in acquiring him.
Shah’s departure from Quetta Gladiators comes after a successful stint with the team, during which he achieved significant milestones, including joining the franchise in 2019 and delivering a stellar performance with a 5-wicket haul in the last PSL season.
However, Shah’s recent injury during the Asia Cup and subsequent absence from the Pakistani team in the Cricket World Cup 2023 have raised questions about his availability for the upcoming PSL season. Also read Hajj 2024 Costs Announced: Government Scheme Unveils Historic Price Reduction
Despite these concerns, there are strong indications that Naseem Shah may find a place in Peshawar Zalmi for the ninth edition of the PSL.
This development is expected to bring excitement to Peshawar Zalmi fans and management alike, eagerly anticipating his contributions on the field. Read Punjab Unveils Scholarship Program for Talented Students