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On Wednesday, Sourav Ganguly formally took charge as the BCCI president and during a press conference, the question of Dhoni future came up for discussion. The former India captain said the issue will be discussed adding Dhoni will be accorded the respect he deserves hinting he won’t be forced to quit. Also Read - EURO 2020: Sourav Ganguly, Cricket Fraternity Wish Denmark's Christian Eriksen Speedy Recovery

Former India selector Sanjay Jagdale feels the issue is being blown out of proportion and it can be resolved by talking directly to Dhoni. “The issue of Dhoni’s future is not a big one and it should not be blown out of proportion,” Jagdale was quoted as saying by PTI. “Ganguly and the selectors can easily resolve this issue by talking directly to Dhoni. Such issues are normally resolved by holding talks with big cricketers in every country.” Also Read - Rishabh Pant Smashes 121 off 94 deliveries After Shubman Gill's 85 in Intra-Squad Simulation Game Ahead of WTC Final

Ganguly is the first international cricketer to have headed BCCI in 65 years and Jagdale feels his experience as the president of Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) will prove beneficial to Indian cricket.

Before taking over as the president of CAB, Ganguly also served as the secretary of the state association.

“It’s a good start. I believe his vast experience as a cricketer and sports administrator will benefit Indian cricket,”Jagdale said.