Former Indian captian Mahendra Singh Dhoni has hinted that he is ready to play IPL for 3 more seasons. There had been many speculations about his retirement keeping in mind the Wicket-Keeper batsman hasn’t featured in any competitive Cricket since the shocking loss from New Zealand in ICC World Cup 2019 that was eventually won by the hosts England. But with such news it is clear that the he wants to represent Chennai Super Kings(CSK) for 3 more seasons and his IPL Career is very much here to stay for next 3 years atleast.

As per the latest reports from the sources it has been found that MSD has told his near ones that he is eager to represent Chennai Super Kings for next 3 years and infact working on his diet anf fitness in the era of Lockdown.

Apart from this the source also specified that he is planning to give it back to the Jharkhand Cricket and nurturing the development of Sports in the State. Also the legend is not rushing up on his career decisions and taking his time to evaluate his future plans and the support that can be provided by him after his International Career is over. But as for now his focus is on making the comeback with Chennai Super Kings in the upcoming IPL season.

Let’s hope to see some Mahi Magic back once the affect of COVID-19 takes a complete break.

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