The Pakistan Cricket Board(PCB) has reportedly sent a notice to former Pakistan captain Younis Khan, asking him to contact the board.
The PCB had earlier stated that the board would not select Younis for the national unless he contacts the baord personally.
According to reports, the former captain has not contacted the PCB regarding his case after the appellate tribunal of the board lifted the ban from him in June.
Younis along with Mohammad Yousuf was banned indefinitely from the team in March following an inquiry committee report, which had probed Pakistan"s dismal performances and disciplinary problems during the tours of the United Arab Emirates, New Zealand and Australia.
Five other players - Shoaib Malik, Rana Navedul Hasan, Shahid Afridi, Kamran Akmal and Umar Akmal - were also banned or fined.
However, the appellate tribunal later lifted bans on Younus, Naved and Malik and halved the fines.
The other players had apologized to the board and accepted their mistakes, clearing the way for their return.
But Younis had refused to seek apology and meet the board personally as he believes he was never involved in a serious crime.