Australia’s most prestigious domestic league, the Big Bash, and the English county teams are working to sign Pakistan’s emerging young batsman Haider Ali.
Sources said that the two Big Bash teams have approached the aggressive batsman Haider Ali to sign but due to the tour of New Zealand, Haider Ali has apologized to Big Bash this year.
Sources said that an English county team is also in touch with Haider Ali’s management and it is likely that young cricketer can play for the county next season.
It may be recalled that Haider Ali made his international debut in the third T20 against England and had already attracted the attention of the world of cricket by scoring a half-century in his first International T20.
At the time, former England captain Michael Vaughan and former Australian fast bowler Tom Moody were also impressed with Haider Ali’s performance. Michael Vaughan wrote that it seems that Pakistan has got a good player.