After a magnificent start to the Pro Kabaddi Season 10 Player Auction on Day 1 that saw players like Pawan Sehrawat, Mohammadreza Chiyaneh and Maninder Singh cross the 2 crore mark, Day 2 also witnessed some big bids for Category C and D players.
The most expensive player to be bought on Day 2 was Amirmohammad Zafardanesh, who was bought by U Mumba for INR 68 lac. All teams added to their squads on the second day of the player auction.
After exercising the FBM card on Maninder Singh on Day 1, Bengal Warriors roped in Nitin Kumar (INR 32.20 lac) who became the most expensive Category D player of the day.
Season 6 champions, Bengaluru Bulls added Monu to their side for INR 24.10 lac along with Ponparthiban Subramanian for INR 19.20 lac and Surjeet Singh for INR 14.20 lac.
After buying Fazel Atrachali, Rohit Gulia and Mohammad Nabibakhsh on Day 1, Gujarat Giants re-signed Sourav Gulia for INR 13 lac. Rahul Sethpal joined the Steelers unit for INR 40.70 lac.
Defending champions Jaipur Pink Panthers bought four players on Day 2. They spent INR 13 lac each on Amir Hossein Mohammadmaleki, Lucky Sharma and Lavish and also added Shashank B for INR 9 lac.
All-rounder Ankit was the most expensive buy for Patna Pirates on Day 2 courtesy of a 31.50 lac bid. They also bought Krishan and Rohit for INR 17.20 and 16 lacs respectively.
Season 9 runners-up Puneri Paltan went for the most expensive all-rounder Mohammadreza Chiyaneh on Day 1 and added Vahid Rezaeimehr (INR 16.60 lac), Ahmed Enamdar (INR 9 lac) and Ishwar (INR 9 lac) on the second day of the player auction.
Tamil Thalaivas made some big decisions on the auction table on Day 2. They roped Iranians lAmirhossein Bastami (INR 30 lac) and Mohammadreza Kaboudrahangi (INR 19.20 lac) besides also retaining Himanshu Singh for INR 25 lac. Masanamuthu Lakshnanan was bought for INR 32.20 lac by the Thalaivas.
After going for a historic bid on Pawan Sehrawat on Day 1, the second day saw Telugu Titans successfully bid for Hamid Nader, Milad Jabbari and Shankar Gadai for INR 13 lac each.
U Mumba looked to strengthen their squad on Day 2 by adding the Iranian, Amirmohammad Zafardanesh, who was one of the stars of the day at the player auction and attracted an INR 68 lac bid from U Mumba, making him the most expensive C category player.
Now that the PKL teams have all completed building their squads, fans can eagerly look forward to the start of the milestone Pro Kabaddi Season 10 on December 2.