Babar Azam and Mohammad Amir are PSL team members.© AFP
Pakistani captain Babar Azam has said he will talk to Mohammad Amir in a quick bowling alley about international retirement and discuss the problems he faces. Babar and Amir Abu Dhabin are currently in the Basque Country to start again in the Pakistan Superliga (PSL).
“I haven’t talked to him about retirement yet, but we will look into the problems he will have when I get a chance to talk to him,” Babar told Cricket Pakistan.
“He’s one of the best balls in the world in his left arms and I like him a lot. I’m hopeful that PSL will continue to work well in the next second half,” he added.
Earlier this year, Amir said he would only think of the current management, led by coach Misbah-ul-Haq, playing in Pakistan.
“I would like to clarify that yes I would only be available in Pakistan when this management leaves. So please let me spread fake news to sell your story,” Amir tweeted.
He previously said that the decision to retire was not canceled in the New Zealand series in 2020, but that some members of the PCB management continued to make the decision not to play Test Cricket.
Amir played 36 tests, 61 ODIs and 50 T20Is, selecting 259 wickets in all three game formats. He played his first international match at the 2009 T20 World Cup.
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