Over the last three months, there have been signs of the Big Three - India, Australia and England - trying to revive the plan and it is understood that there have been discussions with other boards.
Babar Azam, Saqlain Mushtaq had recommended foreign coaches for national team: PCB chief Ramiz Raja
Ramiz Raja has said that Babar Azam and Saqlain Mushtaq had recommended foreign coaches for the Pakistan national team.
Empowering Babar Azam, instilling fearless approach brought positive outlook: PCB chairman Ramiz Raja
Pakistan won eight of their nine T20Is, which included victories in all the group matches at the ICC T20 World Cup, and two Tests in Bangladesh.
It is an ICC requirement for full members to also have a national women's team, besides the men's side.
The England men's team was set to tour Pakistan in October for the first time since 2005 but the tours were cancelled citing "mental and physical wellness of players."
The ECB had cancelled both the series, citing "mental and physical well-being" of players and security concerns, a decision that was met with heavy criticism.
India vs Pakistan: Mohammad Amir taunts Harbhajan Singh, spinner uses spot-fixing scandal to hit back
Harbhajan asked journalist to listen to Ramiz Raja's views on Amir before supporting pacer
Pakistan drubbed India by 10 wickets in a Super 12 game for their first win over their arch-rivals in a World Cup match in 13 attempts.
Pakistan Cricket Board can collapse if India wants as ICC getting major funds from there: Ramiz Raja
The Pakistan Cricket Board chief alleged that the 'ICC is a politicised body divided between the Asian and Western blocs' and 50 per cent of PCB's budget comes from ICC funding.
New PCB chief Ramiz raja, like any other previous Chairman of the board, is expected to announce his new management very soon.
The players are currently in Dubai, one of the venues for the upcoming World Cup, which will be hosed in the UAE and Oman.
Christian Turner, the British High Commissioner to Pakistan, said the ECB decided on its own to cancel the T20 tour next month and he shared the "deep sadness" of Pakistani fans.
The England and Wales Cricket Board withdrew its men's and women's teams from a tour of Pakistan for a limited-overs series next month, citing increased concerns about travelling to the region.
ECB arrived at the decision to withdraw after deliberating over the weekend, pulling out of what would have been the country's first tour of Pakistan since 2005.
PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja said that international and domestic cricket in Pakistan has been put under pressure.