IPL 2022 | Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone on the lookout for a new IPL team

Bollywood couple Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are reportedly interested in acquiring two new franchises in the IPL. The news was reported by Outlook.

The whole team is going to be demolished through a mega auction next season. There are currently eight teams playing in the IPL. The decision is to increase these eight to ten next season. There are many celebrities on the scene for the two newcomer teams. According to reports, Deepika and Ranveer are trying to get a team in this. The American Glazer family, who own Manchester United, were also reported to be in contention for the IPL team.

Bollywood and the IPL have a long history of good relations. Kolkata Knight Riders is an IPL team co-owned by Bollywood superstars Shah Rukh Khan and Juhi Chawla. Similarly, another Bollywood star Preity Zinta has a stake in the Punjab Kings team. Now that Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh can succeed in their move to own a new franchise, the relationship between Bollywood and the IPL will grow.

Meanwhile, Ranveer and Deepika’s new team names and jerseys are starting to come to mind. Many trolls have already surfaced on social media. Ranveer is often shocked by his fashion sense. This is the source of the imagination of the fans.

The BCCI has set a base price of Rs 2,000 crore for the two new teams. Earlier, the base price was set at Rs 1700 crore. However, the BCCI had decided to increase it to Rs 2,000 crore.

IPL 2022 | Manchester United aim to acquire new IPL team – Report

In the IPL, big business groups are vying for the two new teams next season. Premier League giants Manchester United are reportedly looking to acquire the IPL team. The Glazer family, which owns Manchester United, has reportedly won a tender to acquire the new franchise.

As the tender deadline expired yesterday, in addition to Indian companies, large foreign business groups have also come forward for new franchises. CVC Partners, the former owners of Formula 1, have also bought the tender documents, according to national media reports.

There are conditions for foreign companies to own an IPL team. But they need to have their own company in India. However, BCCI sources said that the foreign company’s purchase of the BCCI’s tender document does not mean that it is a franchise purchase. Buying a Disney tender document does not mean that it was bought to own the IPL team. According to BCCI sources, this may be due to issues in the field of media rights.