Moeen Ali will retire from Worcestershire County when his contract expires at the end of this season. This has been confirmed by the club.

Moeen Ali has ended his 15-year association with Worcestershire by returning to Warwickshire on a three-year white-ball contract.

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Moeen officially retired from Test cricket last year

Moeen officially retired from Test cricket last year, with a recent hint that he would be keen to consider recalling Pakistan for this winter’s tour. His new Warwickshire deal includes a “pay-as-you-play” clause for potential.

Before joining Worcestershire in 2007, Moeen played a total of 16 matches for Warwickshire.

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Moeen Ali has become an international star

In his time at Worcestershire, Moeen has become an international star, making 228 appearances in England, including 2914 runs and 195 wickets in 64 Tests, as well as a key role in England’s ODI team that won the 2015 World Cup. Rise above notoriety. Champion after four years.

“I am delighted to be back home in Edgbaston,” said Moeen. “I was born and raised just a few miles from the stadium. My life has always centered around Birmingham.

“When the opportunity presented itself, it was a decision I could not say no to and I believe my work at Bears is incomplete. I am incredibly excited to come back and play in front of the best atmosphere in world cricket.” I am excited by

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“It’s a place that has so much history and the players always have memories and stories of playing here. I look forward to contributing and hopefully, something special happens.”

“I’m sad to leave Worcestershire after so long and love every minute of it. I’ve played with some amazing people and a huge thank you to the club for bringing me here and giving me the platform to perform Now I think it is time to go back to Birmingham for the end of my career, but I will always like Worcestershire.”