Cameron Green was not called up to the Australia T20 World Cup squad until the very last moment. In his eighth T20I appearance, he played the final game. Green has played only 13 Big Bash League career games, his last appearance coming three years ago. Green did not sign a contract last season with the Perth Scorchers. The 23-year old is one of the most sought-after properties at the Indian Premier League auction, which will be held Friday. Green is a tall, powerful player who can hit a big blow. He's also a dangerous seamer who can create dangerous bounce from his height. He is a sought-after player due to his versatility and youthful age, even though he is still relatively inexperienced in the format. He was best known for his T20I performances, including a pair of half-centuries in Australia's September tour of India. This effectively sealed an IPL deal. While he's already well-remunerated as a player in Australia's various formats, a huge IPL deal would be a game-changing deal for him. Green is among a few players who are expected to secure multi-million dollar deals in the auction for a tournament that lasts only two months. The record-breaking mega auction, which took place earlier this year, saw 11 players break $1.2 million. This was the first time that the IPL has been expanded to 10 teams. Sam Curran will sign a major IPL contract (Photo by Mark Evans/Getty Images).Getty Images Apart from Pakistani players, who are banned due to political tensions between their warring nations, most of cricket's top stars play in the cash-rich IPL. Since its inception, the IPL has seen a steady rise in popularity. Because the IPL attracts the best players in the sport, it has a window that runs through its season. International cricket is essentially halted. It is only a matter time before India's governing body, and the IPL's owner, who are expanding their tentacles into new T20 leagues in South Africa, the UAE, and the U.S., seek to increase its money-spinner. It is becoming more common to believe that the IPL will expand to six months per year, and that players who have signed with global franchises may be subject to year-round contracts. Problem with the IPL's international conquest is its inability to be popular beyond its borders. The IPL is largely inconsequential for those outside India and devoid of attachment. The IPL may have some of the best players in the world, but it doesn't feel very real. It's all ahead of us and the IPL still hasn't seized complete control of the sport, even though young stars like Green or Curran want to make life-changing deals at this auction.