List of 2017 Indian Premier League personnel changes

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This is a list of all personnel changes for the 2017 Indian Premier League.

Retained players[edit]

The eight teams could retain and release players from their squad during the retention window which ended on 15 December 2016. The salaries of the released players would be added to the salary purse of 66 crore, while the salaries of the retained players was deducted from this purse. The list of retained and released players was made public on 19 December 2016.[1][2]

Transfers[edit]

The first trading window was open in December 2016 while the second trading window was open from 13 to 20 January 2017.[3]

The following transfers were made during the trading windows:

S.No Nat Player From To
1 India Mayank Agarwal [3] Delhi Daredevils Rising Pune Supergiant
2 India Shardul Thakur Kings XI Punjab Rising Pune Supergiant

Auction[edit]

The players auction for the 2017 Indian Premier League was originally scheduled to be held in Bangalore on 4 February 2017,[4][5] but was pushed forward by at least two weeks due to the BCCI–Lodha committee stand-off.[6] On 3 February, the BCCI announced that the auction would be held on 20 February in Bangalore and that a total of 799 players have signed up for it.[4][7] On 14 February, the IPL Desk released a list of 351 players.[8]

Sold players[edit]

Out of the 351 players shortlisted, the following 66 players were sold at the 2017 IPL Auction:[9][10][11]

Nat Player Team Base price
(in lakhs)
Winning bid
(in lakhs)
England Eoin Morgan Kings XI Punjab 200 200
India Pawan Negi Royal Challengers Bangalore 30 100
Sri Lanka Angelo Mathews Delhi Daredevils 200 200
England Ben Stokes Rising Pune Supergiants 200 1450
New Zealand Corey Anderson Delhi Daredevils 100 100
Trinidad and Tobago Nicholas Pooran Mumbai Indians 30 30
South Africa Kagiso Rabada Delhi Daredevils 100 500
New Zealand Trent Boult Kolkata Knight Riders 150 500
England Tymal Mills Royal Challengers Bangalore 50 1200
Australia Pat Cummins Delhi Daredevils 200 450
Australia Mitchell Johnson Mumbai Indians 200 200
India Ankit Bawne Delhi Daredevils 10 10
India Tanmay Agarwal Sunrisers Hyderabad 10 10
Afghanistan Mohammad Nabi Sunrisers Hyderabad 30 30
India K Gowtham Mumbai Indians 10 200
India Rahul Tewatia Kings XI Punjab 10 25
India Aditya Tare Delhi Daredevils 20 25
India Eklavya Dwivedi Sunrisers Hyderabad 30 75
India Aniket Choudhary Royal Challengers Bangalore 10 200
India T Natarajan Kings XI Punjab 10 300
India Nathu Singh Gujarat Lions 30 50
India Basil Thampi Gujarat Lions 10 85
India M Ashwin Delhi Daredevils 10 100
India Tejas Baroka Gujarat Lions 10 10
Afghanistan Rashid Khan Sunrisers Hyderabad 50 400
India Pravin Tambe Sunrisers Hyderabad 10 10
England Chris Woakes Kolkata Knight Riders 200 420
India Karn Sharma Mumbai Indians 30 320
India Rishi Dhawan Kolkata Knight Riders 30 55
New Zealand Matt Henry Kings XI Punjab 50 50
India Jaydev Unadkat Rising Pune Supergiants 30 30
India Varun Aaron Kings XI Punjab 30 280
India Manpreet Gony Gujarat Lions 30 60
New Zealand Martin Guptill Kings XI Punjab 50 50
England Jason Roy Gujarat Lions 100 100
India Saurabh Tiwary Mumbai Indians 30 30
England Chris Jordan Sunrisers Hyderabad 50 50
Australia Nathan Coulter-Nile Kolkata Knight Riders 100 350
India Praveen Dubey Royal Challengers Bangalore 10 10
India Navdeep Saini Delhi Daredevils 10 10
Australia Ben Laughlin Sunrisers Hyderabad 30 30
Australia Billy Stanlake Royal Challengers Bangalore 30 30
India Mohammed Siraj Sunrisers Hyderabad 20 260
India Rahul Chahar Rising Pune Supergiants 10 10
India Saurabh Kumar Rising Pune Supergiants 10 10
Sri Lanka Asela Gunaratne Mumbai Indians 30 30
Australia Daniel Christian Rising Pune Supergiants 100 100
Jamaica Rovman Powell Kolkata Knight Riders 30 30
Saint Lucia Darren Sammy Kings XI Punjab 30 30
India Munaf Patel Gujarat Lions 30 30
India Rinku Singh Kings XI Punjab 10 10
India Shashank Singh Delhi Daredevils 10 10
India Milind Tandon Rising Pune Supergiants 10 10
India Kulwant Khejroliya Mumbai Indians 10 10
United Arab Emirates Chirag Suri Gujarat Lions 10 10
India R Sanjay Yadav Kolkata Knight Riders 10 10
India Shelley Shaurya Gujarat Lions 10 10
India Shubham Agarwal Gujarat Lions 10 10
India Ishank Jaggi Kolkata Knight Riders 10 10
India Rahul Tripathi Rising Pune Supergiants 10 10
India Pratham Singh Gujarat Lions 10 10
India Akshdeep Nath Gujarat Lions 10 10
New Zealand Lockie Ferguson Rising Pune Supergiants 50 50
India Manoj Tiwary Rising Pune Supergiants 50 50
Trinidad and Tobago Darren Bravo Kolkata Knight Riders 50 50
India Sayan Ghosh Kolkata Knight Riders 10 10

Unsold players[edit]

Support staff changes[edit]

Withdrawn players[edit]

The following players withdrew from the tournament either due to injuries or because of other reasons.

Player Team Reason Announcement date Replacement Signing date Ref
Jamaica Andre Russell Kolkata Knight Riders Doping code violation ban 31 January 2017 New Zealand Colin de Grandhomme 3 April 2017
Australia Mitchell Marsh Rising Pune Supergiant Shoulder injury 12 March 2017 South Africa Imran Tahir 23 March 2017
South Africa JP Duminy Delhi Daredevils Personal reasons 20 March 2017 Australia Ben Hilfenhaus 7 April 2017
South Africa Quinton de Kock Delhi Daredevils Finger injury 24 March 2017 Jamaica Marlon Samuels 27 April 2017
India KL Rahul Royal Challengers Bangalore Shoulder injury 31 March 2017 India Vishnu Vinod 7 April 2017
India Ravichandran Ashwin Rising Pune Supergiant Sports hernia 31 March 2017 India Washington Sundar 5 April 2017
India Murali Vijay Kings XI Punjab Wrist and shoulder injury 4 April 2017 India Ishant Sharma 4 April 2017
India Sarfaraz Khan Royal Challengers Bangalore Leg injury 20 April 2017 India Harpreet Singh Bhatia 20 April 2017
Trinidad and Tobago Dwayne Bravo Gujarat Lions Hamstring injury rehab 23 April 2017 India Irfan Pathan 24 April 2017
India Shivil Kaushik Gujarat Lions 26 April 2017 India Ankit Soni 26 April 2017
Australia Andrew Tye Gujarat Lions Dislocated shoulder 30 April 2017
New Zealand Brendon McCullum Gujarat Lions Hamstring strain 5 May 2017
India Nathu Singh Gujarat Lions Back spasms 5 May 2017
Australia Marcus Stoinis Kings XI Punjab Shoulder injury 6 May 2017

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "List of players released and retained by IPL teams ahead of the 2017 auction". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 25 December 2016.
  3. ^ a b "Supergiants acquire Mayank Agarwal from Daredevils".
  4. ^ a b https://www.sportskeeda.com/cricket/ipl-2017-one-player-from-each-side-who-is-surplus-to-requirements
  5. ^ "IPL 2017 May Start From April 5, Auctions on February 4: Rajeev Shukla". NDTV. Retrieved 25 December 2016.
  6. ^ "Rahane, Dhawan headline rejigged T20 event". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 28 January 2017.
  7. ^ "IPL 2017 auction to be held on February 20". Cricbuzz. Retrieved 3 February 2017.
  8. ^ "VIVO IPL Player Auction 2017". 14 February 2017. Archived from the original on 21 February 2017. Retrieved 20 February 2017.
  9. ^ "IPL 2017 Auction: Full list of players sold". Retrieved 20 February 2017.
  10. ^ "Who was sold to whom – IPL 2017, know by each team, country or price – ESPN Cricinfo". Retrieved 20 February 2017.
  11. ^ "IPL player auction 2017: Complete list of players sold and unsold". 20 February 2017. Retrieved 20 February 2017.
  12. ^ "Mumbai Indians replace head coach Ricky Ponting with Mahela Jayawardene for IPL". Hindustan Times. Retrieved 25 December 2016.
  13. ^ "Wasim Akram to Miss IPL 2017". NDTV. Retrieved 25 December 2016.
  14. ^ "Bangar steps down as Kings XI coach". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 25 December 2016.
  15. ^ "Balaji replaces Akram as Kolkata Knight Riders bowling coach". Wisden India. Retrieved 14 January 2017.
  16. ^ "Sehwag named head of Kings XI cricket operations". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 28 January 2017.
  17. ^ "J Arunkumar joins Kings XI's coaching staff". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 11 February 2017.
  18. ^ "Mohammad Kaif appointed assistant coach of Gujarat Lions". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 17 February 2017.

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