Srinagar, July 8: Pakistan young batting sensation and three others after testing negative for COVID-19 have left for England from Lahore to join rest of the Pakistan cricket squad in Manchester.
Haider Ali left for England along with Imran Khan Sr., Kashif Bhatti, and masseur Malang Ali, on Wednesday.
The four will reach London via a connecting commercial flight from Dubai and will travel to Worcester by bus, as per report in Pakistan media.
As per protocol the group will be re-tested when they arrive in Worcester and will only be allowed to join the team if they test negative for the virus once more.
With these four leaving from Lahore to join rest of the Pakistan squad only two players remain now from the original squad that PCB had announced. Haris Rauf, who is the only player with the virus still in his system, along with Shoaib Malik, who has been granted special leave to be with his family in UAE, are the last two squad members left.