A source close to the Lanka's legendary batsman confirmed the development.
"Yes, Mahela has been approached to play in the league promoted by Tendulkar and Warne. At this point I can only confirm about the offer being made but a few details still needs to be worked out," said a reliable source close to the cricketer..
However the chances of Jayawardene signing for the proposed Legends ' T20 matches seems to be more than 90 percent at the moment.
"At this point of time, Mahela after his retirement from all forms of international cricket, is only freelancing in the private T20 leagues across the globe. His next assignment is Caribbean Premier League. After that, he is relatively free and there is no reason why Mahela won't be signing on dotted lines," an official tracking the development said.
It has been learnt that around 28 retired cricketers will be approached for the matches which will be mainly held in the US cities like New York, Chicago and Los Angeles with the first set of matches being tentatively planned during end August or early September this year.

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