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PCB Wants Comeback of Mohammad Amir in International Cricket, Says Mohammad Amir’s Manager

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is reportedly keen on the return of former national cricketer Mohammad Amir to international cricket. Amir’s manager shared that an important member of the selection committee had recently contacted him, urging Amir to send a message to the committee and PCB, indicating his willingness to make a comeback.

Sources state that preparations for Amir’s return to international cricket have been completed, with the PCB giving a green signal for the same. The left-arm fast bowler had announced his retirement from international cricket in December 2020, citing personal reasons and management issues with the PCB.

Amir has been a prominent player for Pakistan, having taken 259 wickets in 147 international matches. His return to the team would be a boost for Pakistan’s bowling unit, particularly with the T20 World Cup scheduled to take place in October-November this year. Fans have eagerly awaited his comeback, and it remains to be seen if Amir will heed the PCB’s call and return to the international cricket scene.

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