Pankaj Kapoor says he’s ready to leave Patiala for the big leagues: ‘I am ready to move’

Pankaja Kapoor has revealed that he is ready to accept the offer of a lucrative new contract from the Chennai Super Kings in India.

“My wife and I are ready to start a family, but I have to think about the club.

It will be a big change.

I have been in Patialas coaching for almost seven years now, so I have worked with players from every country,” the 26-year-old said in an interview with ESPNcricinfo.”

It is a big step for me, but also for the club, so we will discuss it.

There is a lot of talk in the club about how we can improve.

The club has given me a contract that is not too much for me to consider.

I am ready for it, I am here and I am happy.”

Pankaja, who is currently on international duty with the UAE, played in the 2015-16 World Cup for his home country.

He said that he would be willing to play in the IPL if the conditions were right.

“I am happy playing in IPL.

I was a part of the team that won the Champions Trophy and was a player that helped us in the World Cup.

I will try to be there,” he said.”IPL is not just about winning the tournament.

The competition is about developing your team and the IPl is a great opportunity for me.

I want to be part of a team that has the potential to win the Champions League.

If we do well in the tournament, I would be ready to go.

I love Chennai and I hope to play for the Chennai Stars.”

In Chennai, I will be able to play on a bigger stage.

IPL is an opportunity for young talent.

I know the club well and I know how they want to do things.

“With the IPLE, Pankaji is the second player from Patialam to have played in India, following Sunil Chhetri, who played in a Champions Trophy game for Chennai Stars in 2013.

The Indian Super League, which began in the 2016-17 season, is currently ranked number one in the world by FIFA.