Left-arm spinner Mosharraf Rubel, who underwent a successful surgery to his brain tumor on March 19, wants to sell his flat as his treatment requires a huge amount of money.
The 37-year old Mosharraf, who is a regular figure in domestic cricket in Bangladesh, unveiled the information in a post uploaded on his Facebook page on Monday evening.
In the status Mosharraf wrote: “It’s time to fight against chemotherapy. I have already spent Tk 1 crore for my treatment. It requires more Tk 50 lakh for rest 6 circle of chemotherapy. So I want to sell my flat (1540 square feet) urgently. If anyone wants to buy the flat, please contact with me in inbox.”
The out of favor Bangladesh cricketer went under the blades at Mount Elizabeth Hospital in Singapore to remove the glioma, a type of tumour that starts in the glial cells of the brain or the spine.
Mosharraf learned about the deadly disease thorough medical checkups in Dhaka after having fallen severely ill. There were a few occasions when the cricketer had fainted.
The news had left the cricketing arena shocked as many took prompt stance to take side of Mosharraf in order to fight the ordeal either by providing mental and financial support.
Mosharraf represented Bangladesh in five ODIs making his debut in 2008. His last international appearance was against England back in October 2016. Recently, he was a part of the Comilla Victorians in the sixth edition of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL).