Mohammad Hafeez rejected it as Mohammad Amir was also picked by the team, Pakistan’s senior batsman Mohammad Hafeez has turned down a lucrative offer from Chittagong Vikings to play in the Bangladesh Premier League following the establishment had additionally marked polluted youthful pacer Mohammad Amir. (Pakistan Players Resist Comeback of Tainted Mohammad Amir)
Mohammad Hafeez rejected it as Mohammad Amir was also picked by the team
“It is not about people or any identity conflict. It is about the picture of Pakistan cricket. I can’t play with any player who has discolored and conveyed an awful name to the nation,” Hafeez told the “Jang” daily paper in Dubai. (Mohammad Amir Called Thief in Domestic Match)
The daily paper reported that Hafeez had got a lucrative offer to play for Chittagong Vikings in the third release of the BPL yet he turned it down in light of the fact that Amir was in their side. (Mohammad Amir Apologizes as Fixing Ban Expires)
Hafeez clearly turned down an offer of around 10 million Pakistani rupees as the establishment had effectively marked on Amir.
Hafeez has likewise made his sentiments about the three corrupted players in the spot altering embarrassment – Amir, Salman Butt and Muhammad Asif – clear before.
On one event when the Pakistan group was rehearsing at the national cricket foundation in Lahore, its previous knocking down some pins mentor Mohammad Akram welcomed Amir to bowl to Hafeez in the nets. Be that as it may, Hafeez straight declined to confront the left-armer in view of his spoiled past.
Hafeez is additionally said to be among a gathering of players in the Pakistan group who are firmly restricted to permitting the spoiled trio to play for the national group again in any configuration.
The BPL has pulled in around 16 top players from Pakistan and the vast majority of these players will go specifically from Dubai after the T20 arrangement against England to Dhaka.
The top players incorporate Shahid Afridi, Saeed Ajmal, Umar Akmal, Kamran Akmal, Wahab Riaz, Yasir Shah and so forth.