After been sent packing from the T20 World Cup in England for his bad boy antics, Andrew Symonds faces a dilemma. Reports in the Australian media suggest that he is being flooded with “numerous foreign offers”, even as his future with the Kangaroos looks bleaker than ever.
Symonds is expected to take a call on whether he wants to play for Queensland in the domestic competition, The Age reported.
There are a few more English and South African offers on the table for him in addition to the $35million contract with the IPL. Symond’s manager Matt Fearon confirmed the batsman, turning 34 on Tuesday, was keen to play on.