The fourth edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL) is all set to introduce a mid-season trade window for the first time in the league. The mid-season trade window will open later this week which allows each team to exchange two unused players and restructure their teams for the remainder of the tournament.
The window will remain active for 48 hours and only those players who have not played any match in the tournament for their franchises will be eligible for trading.
The idea was accepted by all the franchises before the starting of season four. It will give an opportunity for the franchises to cover the weakness of the teams by trading a player which isn’t needed by them.
The deal, however, requires the concerned players to agree to the switch.
Apart from local players, international players will also be eligible for trading provided all the criteria mentioned above for trading is fulfilled by them.
Lahore Qalandars’ Haris Sohail might consider a switch as he hasn’t played a single game this season.
The tournament’s first leg is being played across the UAE in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi, with Quetta Gladiators ruling the points table so far.