Sarfaraz Ahmed, the former captain of the Pakistan cricket team, has reportedly departed from the country with his wife and children to relocate to the United Kingdom. According to several local media reports in Pakistan, the 36-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman was uncertain about his future in the national team, which led to his decision to leave the country.
Sources indicate that despite his move to the United Kingdom, Sarfaraz intends to continue representing the Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Sarfaraz Ahmed’s most recent appearance for the Pakistan cricket team was in the recently concluded Australia vs. Pakistan five-match Test series Down Under. The 36-year-old featured in Pakistan’s playing 11 in the first Test held in Perth. However, he had a challenging outing with the bat, managing just seven runs in the game.
While the exact reasons behind Sarfaraz Ahmed’s decision to migrate to the UK remain unclear, his departure from Pakistan has sparked speculation about his future in international cricket. Fans and experts alike are eager to see how this move will impact his career and whether he will continue to be a prominent figure in the world of cricket.