The Chargers could reportedly reach a resolution with the Rams by the end of the week about the team’s potential Los Angeles relocation. 

By SI Wire
January 28, 2016

The Chargers could reach a resolution with the Rams by the end of the week about the team’s potential Los Angeles relocation, reports The San Diego Union-Tribune’s Kevin Acee.

The Chargers were given a one-year option to join the Rams in Los Angeles after the team announced its move from St. Louis on Jan. 12.

“Their goal is the end of this week,” a source close to the proceedings said about the Chargers on Wednesday night.

The same source also told the Union-Tribune that making the move to Los Angeles “is what [the Chargers] want to do. That’s where … it’s headed.”

According to another report by Acee, the Chargers have acquired land in Orange County, Calif., which is suspected to be used as the team’s new practice facility.

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The Rams, Chargers and Oakland Raiders each applied for relocation to Los Angeles. The Chargers’ initial plan was to build a joint stadium with the Raiders in Carson, Calif., which was ultimately rejected by the league’s owners. 

The Rams’ new stadium in Inglewood, Calif., is projected to open in 2019.

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