BCCI has opened the Indian Premier League’s (IPL) mid-season transfer window for five days since Tuesday. The IPL 2020 has reached halfway after the completion of 28 league matches. In this season, every franchise has played seven games each. Now the franchises can trade players depending on their own decision. The decision of trading is solely based on respective franchise whether they want to keep any player or release them.However, this arrangement rests for this half-season and the loanee will return to his parent team next season. The loan players will be entitled to their fixed auction price only and won't have any additional benefits. According to the IPL rules, the loanee player cannot play against their parent team. A total of 13 players from Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad, 10 from Kolkata Knight Riders and Chennai Super Kings, 11 from Delhi Capitals, 15 from Kings XI Punjab, 14 from Rajasthan Royals and 12 from Royal Challengers Bangalore are eligible to be traded.