The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) met with officials, including captain Babar Azam and head coach Saqlain Mushtaq, to review the specifics of the new central contracts.

As the players’ current central contracts will be expiring on June 30, discussions on new central contracts have begun at PCB Headquarters.

According to sources, Babar Azam and Saqlain Mushtaq have proposed a 20 per cent raise in salaries. They have also provided opinions on the cricketers’ potential and participation in future plans.



The details for the next cricket season, including contract contracts, budgets, and player categories, were discussed at the conference. The increase in monthly compensation for centrally contracted players was also a topic of discussion.

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The new contracts will be finalised soon by the PCB, but the official list of new central contracts will be issued on July 1st. Major changes are predicted in the new central contracts, according to reports, with numerous superstars losing their contracts.