On Saturday, South African fast bowler Wayne Parnell on Saturday signed on to Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2018 and agreed to play the PSL matches which will be held in Pakistan.
According to the latest news, Wayne Parnell agreed o play all the PSL matches that will be held in Pakistani venue.
He recently showed his skills in the Caribbean Premier League and also participated in Bangladesh Premier League as part of the Sylhet Sixers squad.
South African batsman JP Duminy already showed the willingness to play some matches in Pakistan. As he also recently signed on to play PSL 2018.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) offered foreign players $10,000 for each match fee for each PSL match that they agree to play in Pakistan.
On Saturday, the PCB also announced that the addition of international cricketers in PSL Third Season including Darren Bravo, Luke Ronchi, and Albie Morkel.
PCB also announced new singers for PSL Third Season including Bangladesh’s Mustafizur Rehman, West Indian Captain Jason Holder and England’s James Vince and Tim Bresnan.
The reported also report that ““South African middle-order star J.P. Duminy, who recently called an end to his Test career in a bid to focus on limited overs cricket, will add experience and firepower to the player roster. He is joined by his national teammates Wayne Parnell and Pakistan-born South African spin wizard Imran Tahir,”
PCB also announced some more foreign players Former Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews and New Zealanders Luke Ronchi, Colin Munro and Mitchell McClenaghan for PSL 2018.
PCB Chairman Najam Sethi said that “We have top tier international talent joining a pool of released players and this sets us up very nicely for the main draft. This is an expansion year and our efforts are geared towards making this bigger and better than the first two seasons”
Evin Lewis, Lendl Simmon, Chris Lynn, Rashid Khan, Adil Rashid and Mitchell Johnson are also joining the
Third Season of PSL 2018.