Pakistan skipper Babar Azam said that he will talk to Mohammad Amir regarding his retirement when he gets an opportunity.
Mohammad Amir announced his retirement from international cricket on December 17 citing not being able to handle the mental torture he has been subjected to him by the current Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) management and some former Pakistan players.
However, ever since the pacer announced his retirement from international cricket he has been in talks. As many fans and pundits criticized him for not showing maturity and calling time on his career while some feel that Amir should be called back to play for Pakistan.
With the second phase of the PSL 2021 about to start, Mohammad Amir will soon be in action for the defending champions Karachi Kings along with current Pakistan skipper Babar Azam.
Both Amir and Babar will join forces for the Karachi Kings in the PSL and would look to lift back-to-back titles for their team.
In an interaction with Cricket Pakistan, Pakistan skipper Babar Azam said that he would discuss the problems Mohammad Amir is facing when he’ll get the opportunity to talk to him.
"I have not spoken to him yet regarding retirement but we will discuss the problems he is facing when I get the opportunity to talk to him," Babar Azam told Cricket Pakistan.
Babar Azam further Azam lauded Mohammad Amir as one of the best left-arm bowlers and is hoping that pacer would perform well in the second phase of PSL.
"He is one of the best left-arm bowlers in the world and I really like him. I am hopeful that he continues to perform well in the upcoming second half of PSL," he said.
PSL 2021 will resume from 5th June in Abu Dhabi. The Babar Azam-led side is currently placed at the top of the points table.