Flyers star Claude Giroux rejected an offer from the KHL's HC Lev Praha, according to Czech newspaper Lidovky, and is now considering two other options.
Giroux has attracted the interest of Avangard Omsk, also of the KHL, but could sign with Kladno of the Czech Extraliga, where friend and former teammate Jaromir Jagr plays.
Jagr, who also owns Kladno and has welcomed the likes of Montreal's Tomas Plekanec and Tomas Kaberle, Carolina's Jiri Tlusty, and New Jersey's Marek Zidlicky, told Lidovsky that there's a spot for Giroux, if he wants it.
Giroux, who is expected to make a decision on where he'll play this week, could draw a solid salary from Omsk. Alternatively, he would make nothing playing for Kladno, but would have his insurance covered.
Meanwhile, Lev Praha turned around and signed Boston Bruins captain Zdeno Chara earlier today.