Talking to T-Sport, according to ESPNCricinfo, Shakib said, Champions Trophy 2025 for ODIs and World Cup 2024 for T20Is. Tests may come sooner than that. Maybe (after the World Cup).
I will retire at once, but will stop playing each format in turn. I will announce my retirement after the 2025 Champions Trophy.
Shakib will lead the Bangladesh team during the World Cup and also manage the team during the Asia Cup held in Pakistan and Sri Lanka earlier this month.
This was his second experience of leading the team. Under his leadership, the Tigers reached the Super 4 of the Asia Cup but failed to make it to the final.
Meanwhile, Shakib has confirmed that his performance in the upcoming World Cup will be his last as captain and that he is stepping down from the captaincy altogether.
Given the current realities, I am only staying on as captain until the World Cup. Not a day more. I stepped down as captain on September 17. The same There were reasons when I didn’t want to be captain before the Asian Cup. I don’t think my captaincy is beneficial at this stage of my career. I just wanted to bowl, give my best on the field and bat. It would have been easiest for me not to take over the captaincy. At this age, I didn’t want to take that pressure on myself. I want to smile, enjoy my game, play for Bangladesh, he added.
Bangladesh take on Afghanistan in their opening match of the World Cup on October 7 in Dharamsala.