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Russian Paper Reporting Datsyuk Offered $5 Million By Wings

from Kommersant,
Pavel Datsyuk, who is planned to be one of the leading forwards of the team, might have to fly urgently to Detroit. Yesterday, Datsyuk’s agent came to Moscow to meet with Dynamo directors. Today, Datsyuk is supposed the give the team a final answer – will he play for the club in coming season or not. The Detroit media reported that center-forward declined another proposal from Detroit Red Wings. However, the president of Dymano Anatoly Kharchuk is pessimistic. He thinks Datsyuk will go to Detroit sooner or later because Red Wings offered him $5 million yearly contract and Dynamo cannot outbid that.

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