Pittsburgh (KDKA)- It appears as though someone has offered Jaromir Jagr a contract but it wasn’t the Pittsburgh Penguins.

According to a report from the Czech Republic, SKA St. Petersburg has offered Jagr a one-year deal worth $4.5 million.

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No word yet from the Jagr camp as to whether he’s going to accept this offer.

Jagr has been surprised that hasn’t received any offers from his former team, Avangard Omsk.

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Following the 2011 World Championships, rumors spread that Jagr was interested in returning to the NHL.

The Penguins and Montreal Canadians were the two teams linked to Jagr.

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In the end, Jagr was likely using the NHL as a negotiating ploy to receive more money from Russian clubs.