The prospect of Pakistan's former cricket captain Misbah-ul-Haq to be the head coach of the national team on Wednesday has increased. Sources have given this information. At the same time, another former Pakistan captain Waqar Younis is also being told to be appointed the bowling coach of the team. A reliable source, on the condition of anonymity, said that after completing negotiations with Misbah about his salary package, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) can announce on Wednesday.
According to the information from the source, "Waqar Younis has also completed discussions with the board about salary and he is also likely to be made the bowling coach of the team." Misbah has played 75 Tests and 162 ODIs for Pakistan and has also become Pakistan's most successful Test captain between 2010 and 2017. Misbah can handle the responsibility of coaching a team for the first time. However, he has also been the captain of various teams at different levels.
The source further stated that 'The new head coach and his support staff will be given a performance-based contract by the World Cup 2023'. According to the source, the appointment of Misbah is supported by the Chief Patron of the PCB and Prime Minister Imran Khan.
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