The 33-year-old has been part of the Kings since the start of PSL
Pakistan all-rounder Imad Wasim is unsure whether he will be part of the Karachi Kings in HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) season eight.
The 33-year-old has been part of the Kings since the start of PSL. He was removed from captaincy and was replaced by Babar Azam.
In response to the captaincy being shifted to Babar Azam in the PSL for Karachi Kings, Imad said that this was thoroughly discussed with him beforehand and he has no hard feelings regarding that.
"Salman bhai is like a big brother to me. Everything was discussed beforehand and it was an honor for me that he asked me rather than informing me. We will see what happens next season," Imad said in an exclusive interview with Cricket Pakistan.
Imad refused to confirm whether he would stay with Karachi Kings for the next PSL season or not. However, maintained that he is currently committed to Karachi but will see what happens in the next six months.
"It is too early. You never know what will happen in six months. You don't even know what will happen on the international stage in this timeframe, this is only franchise cricket. But I am currently a part of Karachi Kings," he added.
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