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Pakistan cricketer Sarfaraz Ahmed reacts on the news of his permanent move to UK

In the midst of the fervent cricketing discussions, prominent Pakistan cricketer Sarfaraz Ahmed found himself at the centre of attention following speculations about his alleged immigration to the United Kingdom. However, in a recent development, the seasoned player took it upon himself to dispel the swirling rumours and clarify his position on this peculiar news.

With candour and conviction, he addressed the speculation, providing insights to set the record straight. This move not only ended the unfounded rumours but also showcased Sarfaraz’s commitment to transparency and focus on his cricketing career.

What reports suggest about Sarfaraz Ahmed?

Recent reports suggested that Sarfaraz, experiencing a sense of disillusionment and uncertainty about his future, has taken the decisive step to depart from Pakistan. Alongside his wife and two children, he has made the significant move to London, UK.

Notably, this wicketkeeper-batter remains an integral part of the Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). The unexpected nature of this development left fans and cricket enthusiasts intrigued as they grappled with the evolving narrative surrounding Sarfaraz’s personal and professional journey.

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Sarfaraz Ahmed’s clarification

In a recent interview with a Pakistani media outlet, Sarfaraz vehemently dismissed the speculations surrounding his alleged departure to the UK. The former captain refuted the claims, asserting that there is no truth to the rumours circulating in the media. Expressing his disbelief, the 36-year-old emphasized that he could not even entertain the thought of leaving Pakistan and criticized the media for disseminating what he deemed as false and fabricated news.

“I can’t even think of leaving Pakistan. Confirm before running such fabricated news. Sad to see such news,” Sarfaraz said during an interview with Samaa Digital.

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