New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is set to visit Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., on Sunday, according to NFL Network’s Adam Schefter.
The visit will be Wilf’s first trip to Foxborough since he purchased the team from former owner Robert Kraft in 2009.
Wilf has said the Patriots are willing to pay a $100 million relocation fee, but there are still a number of questions about the viability of a potential move to Minnesota.
The Patriots have yet to publicly announce a plan for their 2017 home.
Wilfrede also owns the Minnesota Vikings, who were one of the most successful franchises in NFL history in 2016.
Belichick, who will coach his first game with the team on Sunday at 1:25 p.m.
ET, will have a lot of questions to answer on the road to a return to the Super Bowl.
Wilford and the Vikings were last in the AFC South with a 10-5 record last season.
Wilfriede and Wilf reportedly had a meeting in New York in February to discuss their interest in moving to Minnesota, and the two sides were said to have reached a deal that would keep the Vikings in Foxboro.
The Vikings have been linked to several other potential destinations, including Atlanta and Cleveland, and Wilfredes deal is expected to be announced on Monday.
Wilfdelves home is home to the Minnesota Twins, who have an agreement with the Patriots to play in Foxbort Stadium in 2018.
The team announced that it will play its first regular season game in Foxworth Stadium on Sunday.
The franchise moved from Foxboro to Foxboro in 1999.
The New England franchise began play in the stadium in 1951, and it has been home to several alumni of the franchise.