Runners-up of the last season, Delhi have retained their core squad but would like to make some significant buys with INR 13.4 crore in the purse.
The Mohali-based franchise has the biggest purse (INR 53.2 crore), and they have to make some important decisions on the auction table.
The Shah Rukh Khan-owned team has the joint smallest purse of INR 10.75 crore, and they must make bidding with precision.
The defending champions already have a formidable team, but with INR 15.35 crore left in the bank, they would want to strengthen the squad even further.
The MS Dhoni-led side had a terrible campaign in IPL 2020, and with INR 19.9 crore left in the bank, they would like bag services of some impact players.
The Jaipur-based team, which ended IPL 2020 at the last position, can spend INR 37.85 and the auction is set to be massive for them.
The IPL Trophy is still elusive for the Virat Kohli-led team and with INR 35.4 crore left in the bank; the team owners must make most of the auction.
The Orange Army have mere INR 10.75 crore left in the bank, and they should look to get services of several Indian players.