Wasim Khan, the CEO of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), indicated on Saturday that Mohammad Amir might play for Pakistan if tensions between him and the national coaches, especially head coach Misbah-ul-Haq, can be resolved.
Khan revealed that Amir had met him in the UK and that Amir had expressed his dissatisfaction with the team’s administration.
He added on YouTube’s Cricket Baaz channel, “I told him that the path he took as a senior player was not right.”
“I believe he is an important player for Pakistan, and we will work to calm things down between him and the coaches,” he said.
Even Babar Azam has stated that he is willing to speak with the pacer about the difficulties, and Khan stated that once that conversation occurs, the board will get the two parties together to resolve the difficulties.
Due to his issues with Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis, the 29-year-old declared his retirement from international cricket in December.