Will Sunrisers Hyderabad buy Travis Head in the auction for Rs 30 Crore? Why is this claim made?

Many domestic and foreign players showed excellent performances in the 2023 World Cup. IPL franchises are keeping a close eye on all these players. The name of one of these players is Travis Head. This Australian opener batsman has performed amazingly in the World Cup. He has performed amazingly with both his bat and the ball. In the last match against India, Head played a match-winning innings of 137 runs and was also named player of the match.

Furthermore, Head had also performed brilliantly against South Africa in the semi-final match. Not only did he score runs with the bat, but he also won the Player of the Match award by taking two important wickets with the ball. Now, there are reports that the Sunrisers Hyderabad team can also bid up to Rs 30 crore for Travis Head in the IPL 2024 auction. We would like to inform you that after the end of the World Cup, discussions about IPL have started and the auction for the next IPL season will be held on December 19 in Dubai.

There are reports about this auction that Sunrisers Hyderabad team can bid up to Rs 30 Crore for Travis Head. However, no official announcement has been made regarding this but let us find out the veracity of this claim. In fact, in the mini-auction to be held in December for IPL 2024, there is only Rs 6.55 crore left in the Sunrisers Hyderabad team’s purse. Apart from that, they have Englishman Harry Brook on whom they spent Rs 13.25 crore but he couldn’t do anything special in IPL 2023 apart from a brilliant century.

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Even if the Hyderabad team releases him in such a situation, he will only be left with Rs 19.80, which is around Rs 20 Crores. In such a situation, in order for them to deposit 30 Crore Rupees in their wallet, they have to release many players and it seems impossible for them to do so. Therefore, we find no substance in this claim of Rs 30 crore going viral on social media.

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