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RR Retention List IPL 2022: Samson, Buttler, Jaiswal retained; Remaining purse INR 62 Cr


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Rajasthan Royals have retained their captain Sanju Samson, opening batsman Jos Buttler and uncapped Indian player Yashasvi Jaiswal ahead of the IPL 2022 auction. Jofra Archer, Ben Stokes, Evin Lewis and Chris Morris were not retained by Rajasthan Royals. RR now has the remaining purse of INR 62 crore ahead of the IPL 2022 mega auction. 

The first precursor to IPL 2022 has been ticked and the eight franchises have announced their list of retained players. The teams notified their list of retained players during the IPL 2022 Retention List that happened on Tuesday, November 30 in India. Of a total of allotted 90 crore purse to each franchisee, each team retained their decided players in accordance with the retention rule framework. 

Players retained by Rajasthan Royals

  • Sanju Samson  – INR 14 cr
  • Jos Buttler – INR 10 cr
  • Yashasvi Jaiswal – INR  4 cr 

Reputed Players RR Released: Jofra Archer, Ben Stokes, Evin Lewis and Chris Morris 

RR’s remaining purse for IPL 2022 Auction: 62 cr

IPL 2022 Retention rules:

  • Each team is permitted to retain a maximum of four players.
  • No RTM (right to match) cards are available to franchises this time. 
  • Each existing team can retain a maximum of three Indian players, two overseas players, and two uncapped players.

Each team has a salary cap of INR 90 crore. The following is the player-wise slab based on the number of retentions made:

  • If four players: Player 1 – INR 16 Cr, Player 2 – INR 12 Cr, Player 3 – INR 8 Cr, Player 4 – INR 6Cr
  • If three players: INR 15 Cr, INR 11 Cr, INR 7 Cr
  • If two players: INR 14 Cr, INR 10 Cr
  • If one player: INR 14 Cr

Uncapped Player Retention- 4 Cr

Noteworthy points for the two new IPL teams (Ahmedabad and Lucknow) 

After the existing franchises have retained their players, the two new teams will be able to pick three players ahead of the main auction.

The two new teams are to be able to pick a maximum of two Indian players and one overseas player.





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