Alexander Radulov, who's reportedly being courted by the Stars, announced no decision on his future Sunday, but a top competitor vying for his services said it has made its final offer.

"There's no more negotiations," Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin said Sunday, as reported by the Montreal Gazette. He was referring to Radulov as well as unsigned defenseman Andrei Markov.

Radulov, a Russian forward who turns 31 on Wednesday, is a free agent after scoring 18 goals for the Canadiens this season.

Reporting for TSN in Canada, hockey journalist Pierre LeBrun has said the Stars and Canadiens are the top teams vying for Radulov. The forward also could return to the Kontinental Hockey League in Russia.

Radulov has been reported as seeking a seven-year contract worth at least $7 million a season.