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BCCI officials reveal news about MS Dhoni’s possible retirement.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni is completely away from the Indian cricket team for quite some time now. Mahendra Singh Dhoni has not played any match in the Indian team since the ICC Cricket World Cup held last year in the UK. The Indian team, meanwhile, has played a number of series since the World Cup.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is constantly away from the team after the World Cup

Mahendra Singh Dhoni

After the World Cup, in every team selection, fans expect the selectors to pick MS Dhoni in the squad. But, MS Dhoni has not featured in any series so far since the World Cup.

Although, fans expect the selection of MS Dhoni in the upcoming series, keeping in mind the T20 World Cup this year. But, the constant exclusion od MS Dhoni from the team is strengthening the possibility of his retirement.

When will Mahendra Singh Dhoni enter the field?

In the past few months, Mahendra Singh Dhoni has not even played a single competitive match. In such a situation, many people believe that Dhoni has now made up his mind to take retirement from cricket. The rumors of his possible retirement are on the rounds.

Meanwhile, the selectors and BCCI have not yet discussed the future of MS Dhoni in the team. There is no possible conclusion whether Dhoni will return to the squad or not. Although, he is going to lead CSK in the upcoming IPL.

Rajiv Shukla said, Dhoni has to decide when to retire

Mahendra Singh Dhoni with Rajiv Shukla

Many people believe that Dhoni’s career is coming to an end. But, IPL chairman Rajiv Shukla believes that there is still a lot of cricket left in Dhoni and he will make a decision on his career himself.

Rajiv Shukla said that a policy that allows a player to decide when to take these calls. Dhoni is a legendary cricketer and still has a lot of cricket left in him. But he has to decide when he should retire.

“Dhoni is a great cricketer and there is a lot more cricket left in him. But, he has to decide when he should take retirement,” Shukla told reporters here. “The BCCI has a policy in place that a cricketer has to take a call on when to take retirement,” he concluded.

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