Reported by: Shah Khalid Khan
Islamabad: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is looking forward to extending it’s Chief Executive Wasim Khan’s contract next year, sources told ARY News.
According to the details, PCB chairman Ehsan Mani is satisfied with Khan’s two years’ performance so far. Following his performance, the England-born Khan will get an extension in his tenure.
It must be noted here that Khan’s current contract will expire in february 2022. The CEO was assigned to conduct the whole Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Pakistan and bring international teams to the country.
Since he took up the charge, PSL 5’s whole edition took place in the country, unfortunately, the knock-out stage was postponed due to COVID-19 in March but it will be complete from November 14 to 17 in Karachi.
Meanwhile, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh played Test cricket in Pakistan. Whereas, England, South Africa and New Zealand are likely to tour Pakistan next year.