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RCB released Yuvraj Singh into the IPL 2015 player auction

IPL 2015 is getting closer,Royal Bangalore Challengers have decided to go fresh to IPL 8, released some key players before start of season including 2014 season’s most expensive player Yuvraj Singh (who bought for 14 crores in 2014 auction). Although he was the second highest run scorer for RCB in 2014 they released so that they can get some extra money for IPL 2015 auction. Royal Bangalore Challengers(RCB)management also hinted that they may bring back Yuvraj at lower price in IPL 2015 auction. They are known for their devastating batting in the likes of Kohli, Gayle and De Villiers. They bought 5 five players from tranfer window which closed on December 15th in which Bisla, Mandeep Singh, Iqbal Abdullah added to their squad. RCB are yet to lift the title.

Retained and released players by RCB
Retained Players list: Virat Kohli, AB de Villers, Rilee Rossouw, Chris Gayle, , Ashoke Dinda, Mitchell Starc, Nic Maddinson, Varun Aaron, Yuzvendra Singh Chahal, Vijay Zol, Yogesh Takawale, Abu Nechim Ahmed, Harshal Patel Sandeep Warrier, Manvinder Singh Bisla( transferred player from KKR), Iqbal Abdullah( transferred player from RR), Mandeep Singh(transferred player from Punjab)
Released Players:Yuvraj Singh. Albie Morkel, Muttiah Muralitharan, Ravi Rampaul, Sachin Rana, Shadab Jakati, Tanmay Mishra,

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