"What kind of a statement is that. The answer is ‘no'," Goenka said replying to a question on similiar lines.
Asked if it's a possibility next season, Goenka, who co-owns Indian Super League (ISL) franchise Atletico de Kolkata (ATK), he said: "Maybe. You are trying to create a controversy here."
IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla had said before that Pune and Gujarat will have to go through a fresh bidding process in order to play IPL after this year.
Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals, who were banned in 2015 after serving a two-year suspension period for 2013 spot-fixing, will feature in 2018 edition of the IPL.
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