Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen was selected in the player draft for the inaugural Pakistan Super League.
Pietersen, 35, was the first Platinum Pick for Quetta Gladiators, while England all-rounder Chris Jordan was chosen by Peshawar Zalmi.
Pakistan bowler Mohammad Amir, back from a five-year ban for spot-fixing, will play for Karachi Kings alongside England batsman James Vince.
The tournament will take place in February in Dubai and Sharjah.
Luke Wright was also selected by Quetta, while fellow England all-rounder Ravi Bopara features in Karachi's squad.
West Indies opener Chris Gayle and Australia all-rounder Shane Watson were the first picks for Lahore Qalandars and Islamabad United respectively.
Now a freelance Twenty20 specialist, Pietersen struck successive centuries as he helped his Dolphins franchise reach the final of the Ram Slam, South Africa's domestic T20 competition, this month.
Currently playing in the Australian Big Bash, he hit 76 from 42 balls for Melbourne Stars on Saturday.
Teams finished with nine players after day one of the draft in Lahore.