“He has to first get a clearance (no-objection-certificate) from the CAB and then the BCCI and then it will be taken forward,” he added.
Saha was not available for a comment.
The 37-year-old, who played a stellar role in Gujarat Titans’ IPL triumph in their debut season this year, had pulled out of the Bengal set-up after being rejected in the Indian Test team for Sri Lanka.
After that, CAB joint-secretary Debabrata Das made some unsavoury remarks about Saha’s decision in the media, questioning his commitment, something that annoyed the seasoned wicketkeeper-batter.
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