Anamul, who is willing to play in the grand finale, met BCB CEO Nizamuddin Chowdhury on Thursday. It was learned that the decision regarding the NOC (No Objection Certificate) will be given out by Friday.
“I was approached by a Quetta Gladiators official two days back. They asked me to play the final of the PSL in Lahore. I am ready to travel to Pakistan. I have informed the BCB CEO and asked for the NOC. He said the decision will be given out [Friday]. Whatever the board decides I will follow accordingly,” Anamul told Dhaka Tribune on Thursday.
Anamul informed that the PSL franchise have assured of providing him with the best possible security.
“They have assured me that I will get maximum security, same as the President or the Prime Minister,” he added.
On the other hand, Nizamuddin said, “We are yet to take a decision. We have to consider a number of aspects here. We have to see whether any other international player is going to Pakistan.
“One has to understand that we are also Anamul’s guardian and we have to think of what’s good for him.”
The PCB is considering the PSL final as the first step towards convincing the other Test-playing nations to visit the country, including Bangladesh.
Pakistan have not hosted any home series or ICC events since the horrifying militant attack on the Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore in March, 2009.
Only Zimbabwe made a short visit in May, 2015.