Czech star Jaromír Jágr is reportedly weighing his options on his hockey future, although where he will play is undecided yet. He could continue with the New York Rangers in the NHL or play in the Russian Super League for Omsk, a team where he spent much of the 2004-2005 NHL lockout, or elsewhere. The New York Post reported on Friday that Jágr had been offered 35 million dollars for a three-year-contract. While not making a decision yet, the 36-year-old player, who can become an unrestricted free agent on Tuesday, has indicated he would like to play at last two more years abroad before returning to his original team Kladno in the Czech Republic.
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