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Jadeja Left With Three Options To Play From Chennai

May 14, Kathmandu- All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja of the Indian cricket team has ended his journey with the Chennai Super Kings.

For Jadeja, who played in the Indian Premier League from Chennai for 10 years, this season has been bad. Not only that but he was also given the captaincy this season.

Jadeja was returned by Chennai for 160 million Indian rupees. But under his captaincy, Chennai suffered a series of defeats early in the season.

Due to this, he was removed from the captaincy in the middle while Mahendra Singh Dhoni was given the responsibility of captaincy again.

This led to tensions between Jadeja and the team. Similarly, Jadeja and Chennai have unfollowed each other on social media.

Now Jadeja is said to have three options. The first Dhoni will be able to return as captain after retiring from Chennai, while the second will have to accept Rituraj's captaincy.

The third option is to leave Chennai and go to the second team. In the IPL, when Chennai gave the responsibility of captaincy to Jadeja, the team lost. Jadeja has also been accused of failing to captain well. While Dhoni was on the team, many said that it was not appropriate to give the captaincy to Jadeja.

He managed to win only two of the first eight games. Not only that, but Jadeja's personal performance was also very poor.