Ramiz Raja, the chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), expressed his wish to have a quadrangular series, involving his country and India, on an annual basis.
Australia and England are the other two teams that complete his four-nation T20I series, which he will propose to the International Cricket Council (ICC).
The PCB chief added that the tournament will be hosted on a rotational basis by the four countries and the revenue from it will be shared by all members of the world governing body.
“Hello fans. Will propose to the ICC a Four Nations T20I Super Series involving Pak Ind Aus Eng to be played every year, to be hosted on rotation basis by these four,” tweeted Raja.
“A separate revenue model with profits to be shared on percentage basis with all ICC members, think we have a winner,” he added.
The expected proposal can be seen as an attempt to revive cricket between India and Pakistan on a regular basis.
India and Pakistan have not played against each other outside the ICC tournaments and the Asia Cup since 2013.
The last bilateral series between the two teams was held in 2012-13 when India hosted Pakistan for the three-match ODI series and two T20Is.