The Detroit Red Wings are among the teams interested in veteran winger Alexander Radulov, who told Russian reporters on Friday that he plans on returning to the NHL next season.
Radulov, 29, has spent the last four seasons playing for CSKA Moscow of the KHL.
According to Ansar Khan of mlive.com, the Red Wings have already spoken with Radulov's agent and citing a source reports the team is "trying to determine whether to make the free-agent forward a contract offer."
Radulov has a history of off-ice misconduct, which is reportedly a concern for the Red Wings, but has supposedly put that behind him.
Khan also reports the Red Wings might only be interested in a short-term deal, while Radulov could be seeking a long-term contract.
Radulov made roughly $9.2 million, per season, while playing for CSKA.
The Colorado Avalanche is among the teams also interested in signing him.