National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell wants to see league teams established in both Los Angeles and London, as long as the process was conducted in "the right way", he said on Saturday.
Speaking at a forum for European NFL fans in London ahead of Sunday's game in the English capital between the Jacksonville Jaguars and San Francisco 49ers, Goodell was asked which city he would prefer gain a league franchise first.
"It doesn't matter," Goodell replied. "I'd love to be back in Los Angeles. But it has to be done the right way, we have to do it successfully... I want both (cities to have teams), but it doesn't matter which one is first."