Varun Aaron has signed up for Leicestershire in 2018 County Season

Varun Aaron has played nine Test as many ODIs for India

Varun Aaron has signed up a fresh deal with English County cricket club Leicestershire for the early part of the summer season.

With the beginning of the year 2018, Leicestershire also picked Pakistan fast bowler Sohail Khan. But the back injury forced the management of Foxes to look out for the abled replacement.

Regarding the latest signing, the chief coach Paul Nixon of Leicestershire is happy to pick Aaron for the 50-over world as well apart from the long-format competition.

The 28-year-old bowler Aaron is known for his sheer pace, and the wickets in England would further test his ability.

The former England cricketer Nixon also lavished praises on Aaron while believing in latter to make most out of his early stint of the county cricket.

The former England cricketer Nixon also lavished praises on Aaron while believing in latter to make most out of his early stint of the county cricket.

In January, Aaron went unsold in the mega two-day long Indian Premier League (IPL) auction on January 27 and 28 respectively in Bengaluru respectively. However, he stands now a grand opportunity to impress selectors in the United Kingdom.

The signing came as Pakistan fast-bowler Mohammad Abbas is bound to represent Pakistan for the international matches.

Pakistan will face off Ireland and Scotland as well as England owing to their slated schedule.

However, the 28-year-old Punjab-based Abbas, who claimed 23 wickets in five Tests for Pakistan will be available for Leicestershire. He is expected to feature against Sussex on April 20.

There on, Aaron will replace him for the Division Two fixtures of the first-class and 50-over cricket respectively.

Varun Aaron became fourth Indian international this year (2018) to represent distinct teams in the county cricket.
The other confirmed list of players includes Cheteshwar Pujara, Ravichandran Ashwin, and Delhi-based pacer Ishant Sharma.

Concluding, Team India skipper Virat Kohli is also said to be tasting the county stint.

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