Moeen Ali will prioritise his country over his club and will leave the Pakistan Super League to focus on his career in Bangladesh.
The England white-ball vice-captain has had the busiest winter schedule, having already played 36 games across three formats.
With the 50-over World Cup a top priority for the centrally contracted all-rounder, he understands that the three-ODI and three-T20 tour to Bangladesh is a critical stop on the way to India.
And he wants to enjoy a few weeks at home before returning to England and continuing his form in the middle order.
With another edition of the Indian Premier League with Chennai Super Kings to come, starring in the Pakistan Super League for Islamabad United before switching to Bangladesh would put him at risk of cricketing burnout.