LAHORE - The Pakistan Cricket Board keen to have the 'rebel' trio of all-rounder Abdul Razzaq, pacer Rana Naved and opener Imran Nazir back in the team, is pressing them to immediately snap ties with the unofficial Indian Cricket League (ICL). Reports coming from the PCB said Chairman Ijaz Butt asked Razzaq, Naved and Nazir that they should resign immediately from the ICL to be reconsidered. "Butt has also called for a special meeting of the governing council to lay down a formula to take these players back," a report said. The reports further said that since the ICC had left it to the home boards to decide the penalties for the ICL players before reconsidering them for national selection, the PCB was clear they wanted Razzaq, Naved and Nazir back for the Twenty20 World Cup but they were not considered this time round. "The three players will probably just be fined and then forgiven for their links with the ICL," the reports said. It said senior batsman Mohammad Yousuf, who was the only Pakistani player to have resigned from the ICL so far, was not under consideration for the Twenty20 World Cup. "But he will certainly return for the next one-day series and Champions Trophy and will also be let off with just a fine," the report said. However, another report earlier said that the PCB like its Indian counterpart is also considering taking the rebel cricketers back in the fold only after they play domestic cricket for one year. The BCCI granted amnesty to the ICL rebels, saying they can play in domestic cricket after severing ties with ICL. But they will be considered for national selection only after one year. Web reports quoted PCB sources that Ijaz Butt has summoned a meeting this week to discuss the issue. According to the reports, some influential officials in the PCB are pushing the idea of waving off one-year 'cooling period' for ICL rebels and bring some of them back in the under-performing Pakistan team. Reports said the PCB top brass will consider the idea of imposing fines on ICL players and then clear them for national duty. Pakistan have flopped in their ongoing one-day series against Australia in UAE where the Aussies are leading 3-1. Many former Pakistan captains have asked the PCB to clear the ICL players and include the best ones in the national team for better results in the future. National selectors want to include at least three ICL players - all-rounder Abdul Razzaq, opener Imran Nazir and pacer Rana Naved-ul-Hasan in the squad for the June 5-21 Twenty20 World Cup. They also want to bring back premier batsman Mohammad Yousuf - also an ICL rebel - in the Test squad for the tour of Sri Lanka this summer.