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Who is The Mumbai Indians Highest Paid Players of IPL 2023

Mumbai Indians are the premier team of the IPL; the ultimate combination of financial might, some Bollywood stardust and one of the best leadership groups in franchise cricket. Under Rohit Sharma, Mumbai not only achieved unprecedented success – winning the IPL five times – but also set the template for a successful franchise.

However, over the last two seasons, Mumbai have gone off track: after an ordinary 2021, Mumbai finished dead last in 2022. They no longer have star all-rounder Hardik Pandya in the team, Jofra Archer missed last season while Jasprit Bumrah is out of this term.

Still, Mumbai have great pedigree and a strong management structure. They also pay fabulously well. Australian all-rounder Cameron Green is their most expensive player – acquired for a little over $2 million – and has a salary more than star captain Sharma.

They say sky’s the limit, but for SKY, there really is no limit. Say hello to the ICC T20I Cricketer of the Year, 2022.

In the last few years, he has truly rewritten the white-ball batting book with his there’s-no-way-you-could-have-played-that shots. A Chembur lad, he fine-tuned his skills with the bat while playing for local clubs (Parsi Gymkhana, Dadar Union) before jumping onto the IPL bandwagon. He started at MI in 2011, and even played a key role in us winning the Champions League T20 that year. He moved to the Kolkata Knight Riders in 2014, where he established himself as a finisher in the side.

The highest paid cricketer :

Cameron Green – 175 million rupees ($2.1m)
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The most-expensive signing in the history of Mumbai Indians! Welcome Cam Green, our latest signing as the post Kieron Pollard era dawns upon us.

His cricket roots are in first-class cricket, boasting of a solid technique with the bat, and it was through red-ball cricket that he first rose to prominence. In 2022 though, a callup to open the innings for the Aussies opened up his game, and brought out a seriously destructive side to his batting.

With two T20I half-centuries under his belt, both coming against India in India, and a century in the recently concluded Border-Gavaskar Trophy, we are stoked to see how Green can transfigure this red-hot form into the IPL

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