IPL 2024: Complete list of sold and unsold players after set-4

IPL 2024: Complete list of sold and unsold players after set-4

In a stunning turn of events at the IPL auction, Mitchell Starc has emerged as the most expensive player in the history of the tournament, surpassing his fellow Australian, Pat Cummins. Kolkata Knight Riders secured Starc’s services for a whopping Rs 24.75 crore, making headlines with the record-breaking purchase.

The high-profile auction unfolded with SunRisers Hyderabad acquiring World Cup-winning captain Pat Cummins for Rs 20.50 crore, only to be overshadowed by Starc’s price tag later in the day.

Here’s a list of the sold players after SET-4:

  1. Mitchell Starc (Kolkata Knight Riders): Rs 24.75 crore
  2. Pat Cummins (SunRisers Hyderabad): Rs 20.5 crore
  3. Harshal Patel (Punjab Kings): Rs 11.75 crore
  4. Alzarri Joseph (Royal Challengers Bangalore): Rs 11.50 crore
  5. Rovman Powell (Rajasthan Royals): Rs 7.4 crore
  6. Shivam Mavi (Lucknow Super Giants): Rs 6.40 crore
  7. Travis Head (SunRisers Hyderabad): Rs 6.80 crore
  8. Rachin Ravindra (Chennai Super Kings): Rs 1.8 crore
  9. Jaydev Unadkat (SunRisers Hyderabad): Rs 1.6 crore
  10. Gerald Coetzee (Mumbai Indians): Rs 5 crore
  11. Umesh Yadav (Gujarat Titans): Rs 5.8 crore
  12. Daryl Mitchell (Chennai Super Kings): Rs 14 crore
  13. Dilshan Madushanka (Mumbai Indians): Rs 4.6 crore
  14. Harry Brook (Delhi Capitals): Rs 4 crore
  15. Shardul Thakur (Chennai Super Kings): Rs 4 crore
  16. KS Bharat (Kolkata Knight Riders): Rs 50 lakh
  17. Chetan Sakariya (Kolkata Knight Riders): Rs 50 lakh
  18. Azmatullah Omarzai (Gujarat Titans): Rs 50 lakh
  19. Tristan Stubbs (Delhi Capitals): Rs 50 lakh
  20. Wanindu Hasaranga (SunRisers Hyderabad): Rs 1.50 crore

Here’s a list of the unsold players after SET-4:

  1. Rilee Rossouw (South Africa)
  2. Steve Smith (Australia)
  3. Manish Pandey (India)
  4. Karun Nair (India)
  5. Phillip Salt (England)
  6. Josh Inglis (Australia)
  7. Kusal Mendis (Sri Lanka)
  8. Lockie Ferguson (New Zealand)
  9. Josh Hazlewood (Australia)
  10. Mohammad Waqar Salamkheil (Afghanistan)
  11. Adil Rashid (England)
  12. Akeal Hosein (West Indies)
  13. Ish Sodhi (New Zealand)
  14. Tabraiz Shamsi (South Africa)
  15. Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afghanistan)

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