RCB and CSK both were interested in getting the services of the death over specialist, Chris Jordan who finally came to the CSK camp for INR 3.6 crore. Chris Jordan burst on the county circuit as an 18-year-old in 2007 when he picked up 20 wickets in five county championship games for Surrey. His career has been often plagued by injuries but his exploits in the shortest format of the game are well known. Known to be a quality death bowler and for some hard-hitting shots lower down the order, Jordan was drafted for the first time into the IPL in 2016 by the Royal Challengers Bangalore. He was acquired by the Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs. 50 Lakh in the 2017 edition. The Punjab Kings picked him in the 2020 auction for INR 3 cr and he picked 9 wickets in the season and the right arm pacer for the 14th edition wherein he played only 4 matches. An amazing athlete and a brilliant fielder, Chris Jordan will look to add his experience and expertise for the CSK this season.