LAHORE: Ali Khan Tareen, son of former federal minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Jahangir Khan Tareen, won the bid for the sixth Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise on Thursday.
The bidding for the Sixth team of PSL, Multan Sultans was done in Lahore where The Multan Consortium placed the highest offer.
Pakistan cricket Board recently tweeted that the ownership rights have been sold for a period of seven years against a bid of US $5.21 million per annum .
Tareen submitted the bid for the acquisition of the ownership rights of the sixth Pakistan Super League (PSL) team on Wednesday. He expressed that its name be retained “Multan Sultans”.
“I have completed the initial work for a tender for PSL 4,” Tareen was heard saying this. Later, PTI leader said that he is considering his plans to buy the sixth PSL franchise.
Earlier on Wednesday, Zain Qureshi, son of foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, showed his interest in the buying off of the sixth team in a tweet. Tweet was also done by Qureshi who hinted that this team to stay in Multan.