Leading international cricketers have signed up to compete in the Pakistan Super League despite security concerns, according to the event’s top adviser.
Former International Cricket Council chief executive Haroon Lorgat said players could earn at least $100,000 (£63,476) for the two-week tournament.
Lorgat rebuffed claims from players’ union boss Tim May that players would stay away because Pakistan is unsafe.
“There are already signed commitments in place,” Lorgat told BBC Sport.
“I am quite astounded by the reception of broadcast interest and sponsors interest and by some good players. Read more
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