TOKYO: Former Pakistan captain Younis Khan has been offered to take up the position of the coach for the Japanese cricket team.
Pakistani, Japan-based businessman Abid Hussain while speaking to a local media outlet informed that Younis has responded positively to his offer to coach players in Japan.
The businessman elaborated that he has offered the former cricketer to set up a coaching camp in Tokyo, Hiroshima, and Nagoya.
When contacted, Younis confirmed he has been in talks with Abid Hussain over his proposal which seems likely, adding that the gentlemen’s game is enjoying growing popularity among nations who don’t have international teams.
When asked if he would be going to Japan, Younis said he would decide soon on the matter.