The Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman, Shahryar Khan has said that Mohammad Amir will not face any difficulties in getting England visa for the upcoming tour.
Shahryar Khan told media, “Hopefully Mohammad Amir will get visa for England.”
Pakistan is scheduled to play four test matches, five One Day Internationals and a T20 international in England from July 14th.
Mohammad Amir was one of the three convicted Pakistani cricketers in England for spot fixing. The other two were fast bowler Mohammad Asif and the opening batsman, who was also the skipper of Pakistani team, Salman butt.
If Mohammad Amir gets the visa and tour with the national team, he will be playing his first test match in the last six years in Lord’s the venue, where he bowled the two expansive no-balls deliberately that costed him heavily.
On the other hand, the PCB Boss has has denied all reports that are circulating about his steeping down from the position.