According to the PKL auction’s recent update, you must check through Pro League auctions as the costliest buys last three of them. You must read the article for more details and information about the same. Follow us around for all the insights and fresh updates.
You must take a look at the costliest buys in the last three auctions for the Pro Kabaddi League Season 190 set to get underscored. Interestingly, Pawan Sehrawat has broken his own record in the Pro Kabaddi League Auctions, and the Indian skipper yet again became the most expensive player as he was bought by the Telugu Titans for a record fee which is estimated to be 2.6 crores. Evidently, last year, he made the record of the most expensive buy as he received a 2.26 crore contract with Tamil Thalaivas. You must out the costliest buys at the auction in the last three editions. Fortunately, Pawan Sehrawat became the costliest player in last year’s auction which earned him the name of High Flyer for his amazing raiding abilities. Shockingly, he was the first ever player to reach the mark of 2 crores and Tamil Thalavias bought him for a jaw-dropping 2.26 crores.
However, he was surprised in the auction itself that year, and in an unexpected way, Bengaluru Bulls released him because he had been an integral part of the side all through the prior editions. Moreover, Pawan unfortunately played only one game in the last edition as he suffered a knee injury in his first match for Tamil Thalaivas. Currently, he is being released by the franchise and fetches a big amount in the auction for the second time. Furthermore, Pardeep Narwal broke the record for the costliest buy in the Pro Kabaddi League auction in 2021 and was brought up by the UP Yoddhas for a whopping 1.65 crores back then. However, Narwal’s fee surpassed the record that Monu Goyat set during season 6 of that league. In 2018, Goyat was bought by Haryana Steelers for a record fee of 1.51 crores.
At the moment, the star raider has been retained by the franchise ahead of this year’s auction by having featured for the UP Yoddhas in the last two editions. Last but not least, Siddharth Desai, ahead of the 7 season of the Pro Kabaddi League, was the costliest buy in the auction. However, Telugu Titans purchased for 1.45 crores which was the second costliest buy in the league’s history back then. Furthermore, over the last two years, he has suffered numerous injuries and has not been able to copy his performance in 2018 and 2019. Thank you for being a patient reader.