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IPL 2024: Will Jasprit Bumrah Play For Mumbai Indians? MI Post Sparks Speculation

On the occasion of Jasprit Bumrah's mother's birthday, Bumrah posted a heartfelt message alongside a picture on his Instagram story.

Edited By : Saurav Gupta | Updated: Nov 30, 2023 15:46 IST
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IPL 2024: Jasprit Bumrah

Following Jasprit Bumrah’s social media move, speculations swirled regarding his future with Mumbai Indians. However, a recent gesture from the Mumbai Indians camp seems to signal a resolution. The team’s recent post has shed light on the ongoing narrative.

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Mumbai Indians’ Surprising Post

On the occasion of Jasprit Bumrah’s mother’s birthday, Bumrah posted a heartfelt message alongside a picture on his Instagram story. Notably, within an hour, Mumbai Indians shared a screenshot of Bumrah’s post on their Twitter handle, extending warm birthday wishes to his mother, Daljeet ji, from the Mumbai Indians family.

Resolving Speculations

The social media exchange has sparked discussions regarding the state of affairs between Bumrah and the Mumbai franchise. Despite Bumrah previously unfollowing Mumbai Indians, the team’s gesture of acknowledging his mother’s birthday hints at a possible reconciliation. This reaffirms the likelihood of Bumrah continuing his association with Mumbai Indians in IPL 2024. The gesture appears to bridge any gaps that emerged earlier, seemingly putting to rest speculations about Bumrah’s potential move to other teams like Gujarat Titans or RCB.

The Mumbai Indians’ public acknowledgment of Bumrah’s family occasion strongly suggests a positive atmosphere between the fast bowler and the team, reaffirming the likelihood of his continued commitment to Mumbai Indians in the upcoming IPL season.

First published on: Nov 30, 2023 03:46 PM IST

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