New Delhi - India’s star hockey players Sardar Singh and Sandeep Singh have been surprisingly given the highest reserve price ahead of the world’s top striker Jamie Dwyer for Hockey India League (HIL) player’s auction slated for Sunday.
Sardar and Sandeep have the reserve price of $27,800 each while Australian Dwyer is in the bracket of $25,000. The minimum reserve price is $2,800.
Dutch star drag-flicker Taeke Taekema and his compatriot Floris Evers has a base price for $25,000.
The Netherland’s Pirmin Blaak and Jaap Stockmann are the two top goalkeepers, who have the base price of $20,000.
Former India captain and goalkeeper Bharat Chettri have base price of $18,500 while the country’s first choice goalie P.R.Sreejesh demands $13,900.
India’s top striker Shivendra Singh has a base price of $18,550 while his team mates Danish Mujtaba, Gurvinder Chandi, S.V.Sunil, Sarvanjit Singh and Tushar Khandekar are in the $13,900 bracket.