The Metropolitan Police have been informed that Mohammad Amir Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt will return to Pakistan later this morning, said a statement from Addleshaw Goddard, a London law firm representing the players.
Police had questioned the captain of the test team and Butt Bowling Amir and Asif on claims New World Press, they took money to deliberately bowl no balls in a match test against England the Lord last month.
Players who have denied any wrongdoing, was released without charge after being questioned at a police station in London on September 3.
Despite their return to Pakistan, the statement of counsel, said cricket will be available to cooperate fully with the police and promised to return to the UK if required to do so.
Players are waiting now back to their families, he said. Londons Metropolitan police spokesman confirmed that it was aware that the trio had left Britain and said the player agreed to come back from a lawyer to assist the Metropolitan Police Service investigation in due course.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Cricket Board statement (PCB) chief Ijaz Butt was also confirmed their return. Salman Butt, Mohammed Asif and Mohammed Amir are returning to Pakistan.
They are not accused of any wrongdoing by police. I fully cooperate with the police in their investigations and the claim that they are innocent of any alleged wrong done.
They agreed with the police in England, if the police ask them to do to help their search.