IPL 2023 | Chennai Super Kings Updated Team and Release List

After having one of their worst seasons ever with just four wins from 14 matches, CSK are eager to rebuild the squad. In a bid to bounce back in the upcoming season, MS Dhoni and Co. released Dwayne Bravo and Chris Jordan among six others in the trade window.

After dominating IPL over the years, Chennai Super Kings will be eager to overcome last year’s struggle and record a title victory. The Yellow Army released Ambati Rayudu, who struggled with 274 11-inning runs at an average of 24.90, hitting 122.32. The franchise also released Adam Milne who only appeared in one game for the team last season. Outraged, Robin Uthappa is among the list of players released after announcing his retirement earlier this year.

CSK has also retained Ravindra Jadeja ahead of next season as they will be counting on him to contribute with versatile skills to scripting a title race. Predictably, they also retained Deepak Chahar who missed the entire IPL 2022 due to injury.

Players retained by the CSK

MS Dhoni (12 crore), Ruturaj Gaikwad (6 crore), Ambati Rayudu (6.75 crore), Devon Conway (1 crore), Subranshu Senapati (20 lakh), Ravindra Jadeja (16 crore), Moeen Ali (8 crore), Shivam Dube (4 crore), Dwaine Pretorius (50 lakh), Deepak Chahar (14 crore), Tushar Deshpande (20 lakh), Maheesh Theekshana (70 lakh), Rajvardhan Hangargekar (1.5 crore), Simarjeet Singh (20,000,000), Mitchell Santner (1.9 crore), Mukesh Choudhary (20 lakh), Prashant Solanki (1.2 crore),

Robin Uthappa (2 crore), C Hari Nishanth (20 lakh), N Jagadeesan (20 lakh), Dwayne Cheer (4.40 crore), KM Asif (20 lakh), Adam Milne (1.9 crore), Chris Jordan (3.6 crore), K Bhaghat Varma (20 lakh)

CSK scholarship available for auction 2023

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