Ahead of the highly anticipated drafting of the ninth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) on December 13, the cricket world is abuzz with player transfers, but a notable snag has emerged in Mohammad Amir’s move to the Quetta Gladiators. Amir, expressing his desire to join the Quetta Gladiators after parting ways with the Karachi Kings, revealed that the trade has hit a roadblock. Karachi Kings, in a surprising move, has reportedly halted the trade, leaving Amir’s future team affiliation uncertain. The Karachi Kings, undergoing changes in their lineup, have faced another blow with the unexpected pause in Amir’s transfer. The left-arm pacer’s potential move has become a focal point of discussion as fans eagerly await the final decisions during the drafting. Previously, Imad Wasim recently joined Islamabad United, bidding adieu to the Karachi Kings. Wasim’s departure from the Kings comes amidst a strategic shift in team dynamics. Interestingly, Wasim has also announced his retirement from international cricket, marking a significant transition in his cricketing career. Following the departure of former captain Imad Wasim, fast bowler Mohammad Amir has also parted ways with the Karachi Kings. Sources reveal that Amir’s move to Quetta Gladiators for the upcoming edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) has been finalized. The decision is said to be influenced by the strong bond between Mohammad Amir and Quetta Gladiators’ captain Sarfaraz Ahmed. Amir is expected to bring his skill and experience to the Quetta team in PSL 9. After the exit of Imad Wasim, Karachi Kings have actively sought to restructure their lineup. In a bid to compensate for the loss, the team has reportedly approached Multan Sultans to negotiate a trade involving batsman Shaan Masood. Sources claimed that there are strong indications of Shaan Masood being appointed as the captain for Karachi Kings in PSL 9. Additionally, there are talks about Tayyab Tahir being traded to Multan Sultans as part of the team’s strategy to bolster their squad.