The Pakistan Cricket Team is facing a central contract dispute, as their contracts expired on June 30.
Players, including captain Babar Azam, are playing without a deal in place during the Asia Cup 2023.
The players are demanding a revamp of the current system, seeking competitive pay compared to other cricket boards.
Additionally, they are requesting family health insurance and education policies for their well-being.
PCB chief Zaka Ashraf is keen on resolving the dispute and has instructed officials to meet the players' needs.
Transparency in disclosing sponsors and sharing ICC event revenues is another key demand.
The players also seek clear procedures for obtaining NOCs to participate in foreign leagues.
Efforts are being made to increase match fees, monthly salary, and provide insurance coverage for the players.