A look at some big names who were transferred from one IPL team to another in the trading window. Most deals remained undisclosed.
Dinesh Karthik: Punjab to Mumbai It is understood that Mumbai Indians have paid around $2.35 million (Rs 12.4 crores approximately) to Kings XI pubjab in order to transfer Karthik into their squad. Kings XI had spent $900,000 (Rs 4.77 crores) on Karthik during the Jaunary 2011 auction.
Kevin Pietersen: Deccan to Delhi The England batsman was earlier part of Royal Challengers Bangalore and had captained the team for a few games in 2009. He was acquired by Deccan Chargers during the 2011 player auctions but could not play as he was recovering from a double hernia.
Ross Taylor: Rajasthan to Delhi The New Zealand captain was the second batsman Daredevils signed in a trade, after Kevin Pietersen made the move from Deccan Chargers. The transfer amount was not disclosed. Taylor was bought by the Royals for $1 million in the 2011 player auction and played just the one season for them.
Pragyan Ojha: Deccan to Mumbai The spinner had been playing for the Deccan Chargers since the first season of the Indian Premier League in 2008. He took 62 wickets in 56 matches at an average of 22.19 and an economy-rate of 7.08 in his IPL T20 career. Ojha was the leading wicket-taker and the Purple Cap winner of the 2010 edition of the IPL.
Ashok Dinda: Delhi to Pune The Bengal pacer, the second highest wicket-taker this Ranji Trophy season, was bought by Daredevils last year for $375,000. But with South Africa's Morne Morkel and the Indian trio of Umesh Yadav, Ajit Agarkar and Varun Aaron already in their ranks, selling Dinda to Pune was hardly a tough decision for the Daredvils. Dinda will now team up with Pune's Ashish Nehra, who missed the last season with injury.
James Hopes: Delhi to Pune The Australia allrounder should bolster Pune's fragile batting line-upl. He had been signed by Delhi for a price of $350,000 during last year's auction. The 33-year-old Hopes had previously played for Kings XI Punjab.
Andrew McDonald: Delhi to Bangalore Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) signed Australia allrounder Andrew McDonald for US$100,000 from Delhi Daredevils, who used his services during the 2011 IPL season only once.
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