Unrestricted free agent defenceman Ryan Suter has reportedly been offered a 13-year, $90 million contract by the Detroit Red Wings.
A report in the Detroit Free Press says that Suter was offered $80 million by the Red Wings on Sunday, and the team has since increased its offer to the 27-year-old blueliner.
The newspaper says that Red Wings general manager Ken Holland met with Suter at the defenceman's home in Madison, Wisconsin on Tuesday.
Suter is reportedly also being pursued by the Philadelphia Flyers and Minnesota Wild, in addition to his former team, the Nashville Predators.
His agent, Neil Sheehy, said this week that Suter is taking some time to consider his options.