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IPL (Indian Premium League) Bidding Update

Below are updates of IPL bids for Indian and International players. There are total 78 players for which bidding will take place.

1) Mohinder Singh Dhoni (Indian) bought by Chennai team for Rs 6 Crore (highest bid)
2) Andrew Symonds (Australia) bought by Mumbai for Rs 5.5 crore (second highest bid)
3) Jacques kallis (South African) bought by Bangaloru team for Rs 3.2 crore
4) Adam Gilchrist (Australia) bought by Hyderabad team for RS 2.8 crore
5) Shoaib Malik (Pakistan) bought by Delhi team for Rs 2 crore
6) Shane Warne (Australia) bought by Jaipur team for Rs 1.8 crore
7) Shahid Khan Afridi (Pakistan) bought by Hyderabad for Rs 2.5 crore
8) Yunus khan (Pakistan) bought by Jaipur team for Rs 90 Lakh
9) S Sreesanth (India) bought by Chandigarh/Mohali for Rs 2.5 crore
10) Mohd Asif (Pakistan) bought by Delhi for Rs 2.6 crore
11) Dinesh Kartik (India) bought by Delhi for Rs 2.1 crore
12) Parthiv Patel (India) bought by Chennai for Rs 1.3 crore
13) Harshal Gibbs bought by Hyderabad for Rs 2.5 crore
14) Mahela Jayawardene (Sri Lanka) bought by Chandigarh/Mohali for Rs 1.9 crore
15) Anil Kumble (India) bought by Bangaloru for Rs 2 crore
16) Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka) bought by Chandigarh/Mohali for Rs 2.8 crore
17) Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka) bought by Mumbai for Rs 3.9 crore
18) Harbhajan singh (India) bought by Mumbai for Rs 3.4 crore
19) Zahir Khan (India) bought by Bangaloru for Rs 1.8 crore
20) Brett Lee (Australia) bought by Chandigarh/Mohali for RS 3.6 crore
21) Ricky Ponting (Australia) bought by Kolkata for Rs 1.6 croe
22) Matthew Hayden (Australia) bought by Chennai for Rs 1.5 crore
23) Brendon McCullum (New Zealand) bought by Kolkata for Rs 2.8 crore
24) Jacob Oram (New Zealand) bought by Chennai for Rs 2.7 crore
25) Muthiah Muralitharan (Sri Lanka) bought By Chennai for Rs 2.4 crore
26) Shoaib Akhtar (Pakistan) bought by Kolkata for Rs 1.8 crore
27) Ajit Agarkar (India) bought by Kolkata for Rs 1.4 crore
28) Joginder Sharma (India) bought by Chennai for RS 90 Lakh
29) Irfan Pathan (India) bought by Chandigarh/Mohali for Rs 3.7 crore
30) Shaun Pollack (South Africa) bought by Mumbai for Rs 2.2 crore
31) Yusuf Pathan (India) bought by Jaipur for Rs 1.9 crore
32) Cameron White (Australia) bought by Bangaloru for Rs 2 crore
33) VVS Lakshman (India) bought by Hyderabad for Rs 1.5 crore
34) Denial vettori (New Zealand) bought by Delhi for Rs 2.5 crore
35) Brendon McCullum (New Zealand) bought by Kolkata for Rs 2.8 crore
36) Stephen Fleming (New Zealand) bought by Chennai for Rs 1.4 crore
37) Graeme Smith (South Africa) bought by Jaipur for Rs 1 crore
38) Chris Gayle (West Indies) bought by Kolkata for Rs 3.2 crore
39) AB de Villiers (South Africa) bought by Delhi for Rs 1.2 crore
40) Mark Boucher (South Africa) bought by Bangaloru for Rs 1.8 crore
41) Kamran Akmal (Pakistan) bought by Jaipur for Rs 60 lakh
42) Albie Morkel (South Africa) bought by Chennai for Rs 2.7 crore
43) Scott Styris (New Zealand) bought by Hyderabad for Rs 70 lakh
44) Fervez Maharoof (Sri Lanka) bought by Delhi for Rs 90 Lakh
45) Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka) bought by Delhi for Rs 90 lakh
46) Ishant Sharma (India) bought by Kolkata for Rs 3.8 crore
47) Mohammad Kaif (India) bought by Delhi for Rs 2.7 crore
49) Suresh Raina (India) bought by Chennai for Rs 2.6 crore
50) Robin Uthappa (India) bought by Mumbai for Rs 3.2 crore
51) Wasim Jaffer (India) bought by Bangaloru for Rs 60 Lakh
52) Rohit Sharma (India) bought by Hyderabad for Rs 3 crore
53) Chamara Silva (Sri Lanka) bought by Hyderabad for Rs 40 Lakh
53) Gautam Gambhir (India) bought by Delhi for Rs 2.9 crore
54) Manoj Tiwary (India) bought by Delhi for Rs 2.7 crore
55) David Hussey (Australia) bought by Kolkata for Rs 2.7 crore

No bidding for Glenn McGrath, Matthew Hayden , Justin Langer, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Tatenda Taibu and Mohammad Yousuf. They go to reserve pool.

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