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Top 5 Expensive Players of Vivo Pro kabaddi League Season 6


Vivo pro kabaddi 2018 will start on july 28, 2018.This time season will be more excited with intersteing rules and squads . 
Auction of Vivo Pro Kabaddi 2018 season 6
This season auction was held on 30 and 31 may 2018.during this auction there were new faces and surprising bids were happened. There were around 200 players were  participated in auction and 12 teams for pro kabaddi league season 6 .  
Auction of vivo Pro Kabaddi Day 1
I will here to take you top 5 players which were highest price for this event called Vivo Pro kabaddi 2018
1.Monu Goyat  Harayana Steelers bought him with Rs.1.51 Crore as raider
2. Rahul Chaudhary –Telugu Titans bought him with price of 1.29 crore
3. Deepak Hooda- jaipur pink panther  for 1.15 Crore
4.Nitin Tomar –puneri paltan  for 1.15 crore
5.Rishank Devadiga- UP Yoddha for -1.11 crore
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1.Monu Goyat – 
Monu Goyat became Highest Expensive Player for season 6

Monu goyat who joined harayana steelers for Rs.1.51 Crore , and became most expensive player in the auction for pro kabaddi season 6 in Mumbai on wensday. Monu goyat made his debut in pro kabaddi league for team Bengal warriors in 2017 and made is remark as deadly player. And in this next season he scored 202 points ( The fifth most in the league ).Monu goyat was part of Senior National Championship , and lost the match against Maharashtra.Monu goyat palyed important role in lifting the cup of Senior Federation Cup which was held on feb. Monu goyat basically belong to small village Bhiwani district of Harayana.
When I initially started playing, there wasn’t much scope in kabaddi. However, one should get job. Besides, one could also look forward to playing the Asian games and world cup – Monu Goyat
I never stopped wanting to play in the league .I knew if I kept practicing and working hard , I would be able to participate for sure – Monu goyat
As long as the game is there , more money will also come , now that harayana steelers have bagged me for such a big amount , I want to do well and take a team to the final –Monu Goyat

2. Rahul Chaudhary :
Rahul Chaudhary
 Rahul Chaudhary playing kabaddi as defender but became raider . He was bought for Rs 1.29 Crore for Telagu Titans and he is the first player to as raider to score 700 + points in Pro Kabaddi League. Rahul Chaudhary is belong to Bijnor District and he was captain for Indian kabaddi team in 2014 during the beach Asian games in Phuket. He is the captain of telagu titans team for Pro Kabaddi season and he made his remark as second most raid points after Anup Kumar in season 1.
Rahul scored 98 raid points in the second season,87 points in third season,146 points in season 4 and became highest raid points in that season.He has record of  highest number of raid points of 666 and 44 tackle points in the history of Pro kabaddi League .
 3. Deepak Hooda-
Deepak Hooda to jaipur pink Panther for 1.15 Crore
Deepak Hooda was bought by  Jaipur pink panther  for 1.15 Crore. Deepak Hooda is raider . Deepak was playing for puneri paltan in the last season as captain in 2016 and played third and fourth season of Pro Kabaddi League seasons.And was called to be Mr. Reliable for puneri paltan ever since season 3.In auction of season 6 deepak bidding war between the various franchises.Harayana steelers and dabang delhi fought a close fight to secure him but at the last it was Jaipur pink Panther who bagged Deepak Hooda for 1.15 Crore
4.Nitin Tomar
Nitin Tomar to Puneri Paltan for Rs.1.15 Crore
was bagged by puneri paltan  for 1.15 crore for the season 6 of Pro kabaddi League. He play as raider and belong to Malakpur , Uttar Pradesh.
Nitin tomar had started career when he won gold with uttar Pradesh team at the junior Nationals 2011at the age 16.He made his debut in third season of pro kabaddi League for Bengal warrior team. He made 77 raid points in his first season. Nitin Tomar was part of squad of Indian kabaddi World cup 2016.Nitin Tomar was most expensive player in fifth season of pro kabaddi League  and played for UP team as star raider .

5.Rishank Devadiga

was bought UP Yoddha for Rs.1.11 crore. Wit his skill in quickly raiding  in 2014 and 2015 season of pro kabaddi league anup devadiga , anup kumar and rakesh kumar were backbone of U Mumba team. Rishank was one of the top raider in the game and has reaned plaudits for delivering good performance one after the other. Rishank was also know as do or die raids and proved his skills in the second season of pro kabaddi.
Rishank debuted U mumba in 2014 and with this team he bagged 2 silvers and gold with  them. Rishank currently lives in karanataka gangolli villege.With his great performance in U mumba  he was called for national kabaddi team and he was youngest player at the age of 25 .

Conclusion
# Monu Goyat – sold to Harayana Steeler for Rs. 1.51 Crore . He smashed all records , The most expensive player in season 6 of the pro kabaddi league
# Rahul Chaudhary – Retained by telagu titans for 1.29 Crore
# K Prapanjan –Sold to Gujurat Fortunegianst for Rs 38 lakhs
#Rishank Devadiga – UP Yoddhas match bid for Rs.1.11 crore
#Anup Kumar – Sold to jaipur pink panther for 30 lakh
#Nitin Tomar – sold to puneri paltan for Rs. 1.15 Crore
#Sandeep Dhull -bought by jaipur Pink Panther for Rs. 66 Lakh
#Surender Nada- has been bought back to harayana steelers for Rs. 75 lakh

Also Read Full List of retained players
Bengal Warriors: Surjeet Singh, Maninder Singh
Harayana Steelers: Kuldeep Singh
Tamil thalaivas : Ajay Thakur, Amit Hooda, C.Arun
Bengalur Bulls : Rohit kumar
Dabang Delhi : Meraj Sheykh
Gujurat Fortunegaints: Sachin, Sunil kumar , Mahender Rajput
Patna Pirates : Pradeep Narwal, Jaideep , Jawahar Dagar, Manish Kumar
Puneri Paltan : Sandeep Narwal, Rajesh Mondal More GB, Girish Maruti Ernak
Telagu Titans : Nilesh salunkhe, Mohsen Maghsoudloujafari
Jaipur pink panther : No players retained
U mumba: No Players retained
UP Yoddha : No Players retained

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