Mitchell Starc emerged as the costliest player in the history of the IPL as two-time champions Kolkata Knight Riders spent a fortune on him, acquiring the Australia pacer for a gobsmacking ₹24.75 crore.

Australia's World Cup winning captain Pat Cummins became the first player in IPL auction history to breach the 20-crore mark, and became Sunrisers Hyderabad's star buy.

New Zealand all-rounder Daryl Mitchell reaped the rewards of a successful World Cup campaign, earning ₹14 crore to play for Chennai Super Kings.

Released by RCB, Harshal Patel impressed the Punjab Kings owners as they shelled out ₹11.75 crore for the India quick, making him the costliest Indian buy at the IPL 2024 auction .

West Indies pacer Alzarri Joseph was a surprised buy from Royal Challengers Bangalore at ₹11.50 core.

Left-arm Australia fast bowler Spencer Johnson is headed to Gujarat Titans for ₹10 crore.

Uttar Pradesh batter Sameer Rizvi became the costliest uncapped Indian buy at ₹8.4 crore for Chennai Super Kings.

Rilee Rossouw went unsold in the first round but found a taker in the final half an hour of the auction, going to Punjab Kings for ₹8 crore.

Tamil Nadu all-rounder Shahrukh Khan was expected to attract the bidders and was sold to Gujarat Titans for ₹7.4 crore.

Rovman Powell was the first name up in the IPL 2024 auction and won ₹7.4 crore to lend his services to Rajasthan Royals.

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