Six-time Olympian Teemu Selanne reportedly has a standing contract offer from KHL club Jokerit to play on his home club's debut season in the league.
Selanne, 44, can make $5 million to play only home games or $10 million for the season, according to Finnish news outlet USanomat.
Selanne retired from the NHL with the Anaheim Ducks last season.
Jokerit joins the KHL in 2014-15 after departing Finland's top pro division.
Selanne likely would be signed under a salary cap exemption the league affords to attract high-profile players.
Selanne, who still showed some ability in Sochi at the 2014 Winter Olympics, is a celebrity in his home country and European hockey.
He recently said he is considering the offer.