Parth Jindal (Twitter)
Parth Jindal (Twitter)

Delhi Capitals (DC) co-owner Parth Jindal thanked Indian leg-spinner, Amit Mishra, for his service and implied that the doors would always be open for the 39-year-old should he opt to start coaching.

Mishra, who was the oldest player in the IPL 2022 mega auction, went unsold. He is one of the highest wicket-takers in the league and the bowler with the most hattricks (3).

IPL 2022 Mega Auction
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To one of the @IPL greats @MishiAmit we @DelhiCapitals would like to salute everything you have done for us over all these years and would love to have you back at DC in whatever capacity you see fit as your insights would be most valuable. Mishy bhai DC is yours for life,” Jindal posted on Twitter.

Here’s Parth Jindal’s tweet:

The auction concluded on Sunday with most of the franchises having covered their bases. Ishan Kishan was the most expensive buy as he went back to Mumbai Indians for INR 15.25 crores.

Ishan Kishan
Ishan Kishan (Image Credit: Twitter)

Liam Livingstone was the most expensive overseas player as he went for INR 11.5 crores to Punjab Kings. Unfortunately, there were a few chapters that closed as well with Suresh Raina going unsold in the auction.

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