PKL Season VI auction: Day 1 Live Updates as elite Indian players go under the hammer

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Follow this page for the Live Updates of the Day 1 of PKL player auction for the season 6 campaign.

  • The day 1 jaw-dropping action ends
  • Deepak Narwal (base price 20 lakhs) goes for 57 lakhs to Patna Pirates
  • Monu Goyat (base price 20 lakhs) goes for a whopping 1.51 crores to the Haryana Steelers. Most expensive player ever!!
  • Rahul Chaudhari (base price 20 lakhs) goes for 1.29 crores to Telugu Titans by matching Delhi’s highest bid.
  • Kashiling Adake (base price 20 lakhs) goes for 32 lakhs to Bengaluru. U Mumba did not match the bid.
  • Sukesh Hegde (base price 20 lakhs) goes for 28 lakhs to Tamil Thalaivas. Gujarat did not match the bid
  • Pawan Kumar (base price 20 lakhs) goes to Delhi at base price. Jaipur did not match the bid.
  • K. Prapanjan (base price 20 lakhs) goes for 38 lakhs to Gujarat Fortune Giants. Thalaivas did not match the bid.
  • Rishank Devadiga (base price 20 lakhs) goes for 1.11 crores to UP Yoddhas who matched the highest bid by Dabang Delhi.
  • Wazir Singh (base price 20 lakhs) goes to Haryana Steelers at the base price.
  • Shrikant Jadhav (base price 20 lakhs) goes for 37 lakhs to UP Yoddhas. U Mumba did not match the bid.
  • Anup Kumar (base price 20 lakhs) goes for 30 lakhs to Pink Panther. U Mumba did not match the bid.
  • Nitin Tomar (base price 20 lakhs) goes for 1.15 crores to Puneri Paltan. UP Yoddhas did not match the bid. Breaks his own last year’s record for the most expensive player. The bid started at 65 lakhs.
  • Now time for raiders!!!
  • Ravindar Pahal (base price 20 lakhs) is the first Indian that remains unsold.
  • Sandeep Kumar Dhull (base price 20 lakhs) goes for 66 lakhs to Jaipur.
  • Surender Nada (base price 20 lakhs) goes for 75 lakhs to Haryana by matching Pink Panther’s bid.
  • Darshan J. (base price 20 lakhs) goes for 28 lakhs to Tamil Thalaivas by matching Pink Panther’s bid
  • Mahender Singh (base price 20 lakhs) goes to Bengaluru for 40 lakhs by matching U Mumba bid.
  • Mohit Chhilar (base price 20 lakhs) goes for 58 lakhs to Jaipur. Haryana did not match the bid.
  • Jeeva Kumar (base price 20 lakhs) goes to UP Yoddhas for 45 lakhs
  • Parvesh Bhainswal (Base Price 20 lakhs) goes to Gujarat Fortune Giants for 35 lakhs by matching UP Yoddhas bid.
  • Deepak Hooda (Base price 30 lakhs) goes to Pink Panther for a whopping 1.15 crores. Puneri Paltan did not match the bid.
  • Kuldeep Singh (Base price 20 lakhs) goes to Patna Pirates for 22 lakhs. No right to bid by U Mumba.
  • Manjeet Chhillar for just 20 lakhs goes to Tamil Thalaivas at base price. Pink Panthers declined to match.
  • Shrikant Tewthia goes to Bengal Warriors for 25 lakhs
  • Ran Sing stays with Bengal Warriors as they match the highest ₹43 lakh bid by Jaipur Panthers.
  • Auction for elite Indian players starts – Excitement is building up in the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League auction hall in Mumbai as the process to acquire the domestic Indian players gets underway.U Mumba has raised the bar with the PKL record ₹1 crore acquisition of Iranian Fazel Atrachali. All eyes will again be on another U Mumba star, their captain Anup Kumar. The Ronnie Screwvala owned-franchisee has not retained any players for the PKL Season VI.The team will now be gunning to get their skipper back. The Final Bid Match will be their prime strategy to get their star in the Mumbai camp. However, un unprecedented high bid for Anup can upset U Mumba plans as they have already spent lavishly to strengthen their defence.
  • The auction will resume at 6:30 pm. Keep following InsideSport for live updates of PKL season 6 player auction.
  • Dong Gyu Kim (South Korea) remains unsold.
  • Gyung Tae Kim (South Korea) goes to Bengaluru Bulls for ₹8 lakhs.
  • MD. Masud Karim (Bangladesh) remains unsold.
  • Lal Mohar Yadav (Nepal), Michal Spiczko (Poland),  Milinda Chathuranga (Sri Lanka),  MD. Fatin Fuhad (Bangladesh), Mohammad Maghshoudulu (Iran), Jaepil Jo (South Korea), Makoto Sawazu (Japan) remains unsold yet again.
  • Hyunil Park (South Korea) goes to Patna Pirates for ₹8 lakhs.
  • Jae Min Lee (South Korea) goes to Tamil Thalaivas for ₹8 lakhs.
  • Abozar Mohajermighani was the first to go under the hammer. Telugu Titans bought him for ₹76 lakhs. Jaipur Pink Panthers made the second best bid for ₹75 lakhs.
  • Fazel Atrachali (Iran) becomes the first ₹1 crore player in PKL. Jaipur and Mumba bargained for Fazal. “Defence is a very strong aspect of the game. Fazel had played with us. We knew his worth. So we went all out for him,” said U Mumba owner Ronnie Screwwala.
  • The auction will resume after a short break. Keep following InsideSport!!
  • MD. Zakir Hossain (Bangladesh) goes to Haryana Steelers for ₹8.4 lakhs.
  • Sulieman Kabir (Bangladesh) goes to UP Yoddhas for ₹8 lakhs at base price.
  • David Shilisia J Mosambayi (Kenya) goes to Jaipur Pink Panthers for ₹10 lakhs. Haryana Steelers refused to match the bid.
  • Felix Odhiambo Opana (Kenya), Milinda Chathuranga (Sri Lanka), MD. Fatin Fuhad (Bangladesh) remain unsold.
  • Khomsan Thongkhaw (Thailand) goes to Dabang Delhi for ₹8 lakhs. Haryana Steelers refused to match the bid.
  • Dong Geon Lee (South Korea) goes to Gujarat Fortune Giants for ₹17.2 lakhs. Tamil Thaliavas did not match the bid.
  • Lal Mohar Yadav (Nepal) remains unsold.
  • Jaepil Jo (South Korea), MD. Sabuj Mia (Bangladesh) remain unsold.
  • Young Chang Ko of South Korea goes to Jaipur Pink Panthers for ₹11.4 lakhs.
  • Hadi Tajik of Iran goes to U Mumba for ₹11 lakhs. UP Yoddhas did not match the bid.
  • Mugilan Batumalai of Malaysia remains unsold.
  • James Odhiambo Obilo (kenya), Piotr Mateusz Sitek (Poland),  Piotr Karnowicz (Poland), Khateravan Mariapan (Malaysia), Ranidu Chamara (Sri Lanka) remain unsold.
  • Makoto Sawazu (Japan), Wei Hung Lin (Taiwan), Mohammad Maghshoudulu (Iran), Lahiru Kosala Bandara (Sri Lanka), Michal Spiczko (Poland) remain unsold.
  • Taedeok Eom of South Kores goes to Patna Pirates for ₹11.4 lakhs.
  • Mohammad Shazid Hossain (Bangladesh), Chrispine Otieno Oketch (Kenya) remain unsold.
  • I Halus Suandana Wayan and Dicki Candra, both from Indonesia remain unsold.
  • Dong Ju Hong (South Korea) goes to Bengaluru Bulls for ₹8 lakhs. U Mumba did not match the bid.
  • Ogak Haggai Odhiambo (Kenya), Chia-Ming Chang (Taiwan), Gyung Tae Kim (South Korea), Tin Phonchoo (Thailand), all remain unsold.
  • Dong Gyu Kim, Hyunil Park, Dong Ju Hong, all from South Korea remains unsold.
  • Chan Sik park goes to Tamil Thalaivas for ₹8 lakhs.
  • No bid for Victor Onyango Obiero from Kenya.
  • Kono Takamitsu from Japan goes to Puneri Paltan for ₹8 lakhs.
  • Patrick Nzau Muvai from Kenya goes to Haryana Steelers for ₹8 lakhs.
  • Seong Ryeaol Kim goes to UP Yoddhas for ₹8.2 lakhs. Fortune Giants refused to match the bid.
  • Category C player Sanjay Shreshta goes to Puneri Paltan at ₹8 lakhs base price.
  • Abolfazl Maghsodloumahali goes to U Mumba for ₹21.5 lakhs. Delhi did not match the bid.
  • Farhad Rahimi Milaghardan of Iran goes to Telugu Titans for ₹21.5 lakhs after matching bid by Jaipur Pink Panthers.
  • Ziaur Rahman of Bangladesh goes to Bengal Warriors for ₹33.25 lakhs. Puneri Paltan did not match the bid.
  • Korean kabaddi star Jang Kun Lee goes to Gujarat Fortune Giants for ₹12.5 Lakhs.
  • Fazel Atrachali goes to U Mumba. The first ₹1 crore player in PKL. Dabang Delhi declined to match the bid.
  • Fazel Atrachali – Defender-left corner player from Iran is next.
  • Abozar Mohajermighani goes to Telugu Titans for ₹76 lakhs. Jaipur Pink Panthers made the second best bid for ₹75 lakhs.
  • The auction process for the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League Season VI has started at Mumbai today with the player draft for the New Young Players. It is mandatory for each of the 12 franchisees to acquire a minimum of three players from the New Young Players’ pool of 87 buddying youngsters.The New Young Players will be drafted for a fixed salary of ₹6.6 lakh.Even as the Player Draft for the New Young Players is underway, the live broadcast of the auction will start only in the evening when as the franchisees will bid for the Category A Domestic players.The bid for the Category A domestic players will start at ₹20 lakh. Category B, C & D players will go under the hammer at the respective base price of ₹ 12 lakh,₹ 8 lakh and ₹ 5 lakh.The PKL Season VI auction will go live on Star Sports Network and Hotstar App and website.
  • The draft has started for young players, updates coming soon!
  • Amit from Haryana has been added to the player pool. He plays in defender-left cover position.
  • Sandeep is injured, will take two months to recover.
  • Nilesh Shinde, Arjun Singh Choudhary and Govind Panwar have been removed from the player auction pool.

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The stage is finally set for the “first raid” of the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League Season VI.

The two-day PKL player auction for the season 6 will start today from 10 am at the Renaissance, Powai, in Mumbai.

Insidesport will provide the live updates of the player auction from the venue – as it happens, when it happens.

The 12 PKL franchisees will be engaged in an intense battle to line up their squad for the upcoming season. A total of 422 players will go under the hammer includes 58 foreigners and 87 budding youngsters drawn from the Future Kabaddi Heroes talent scouting programme.

The overseas talent has representation from 14 countries, including Iran, Bangladesh, Japan, Kenya, Republic of Korea, Malaysia and Sri Lanka.

This time it will be exciting to see if PKL will get its first ₹ 1 crore star, especially when last year, the new entrants UP Yoddhas have acquired Nitin Tomar for ₹93 lakh, the highest ever in the highest ever in the history of Vivo Pro Kabaddi.

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PKL Season VI Auction: Will kabaddi get its first ₹ 1 crore star?

PKL Season VI Auction: 422 players, 12 teams and 2 days of excitement

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