Asked about his own marraige plans, Irfan said his priority is winning back his place in the national side."I want to make a comeback in the Indian team. You know, marriage is going to come with time. First my brother has to get married and it is going to be soon," Irfan said.
"Hopefully the new bride is coming. We are just about to select a girl for him. But for me, it is going to take some time. For me, I just want to make a comeback for the team then everything's going to follow," he told NDTV.
Yusuf, whose stellar performance in the first edition of IPL had helped Rajasthan Royals lift the title, was bought by the Shah Rukh Khan co-owned KKR for Rs 9.66 crore.On the other hand, Irfan, who earned Rs 3.7 crore at Kings XI Punjab, will now play for Delhi Daredevils with a Rs 8.74 crore contract.