Could the Chargers be making another move? One that takes them a fair distance away from Los Angeles.

Well the Los Angeles Chargers would listen if the NFL ever asked them to relocate across the pond to London, England.

While an actual move is pretty far-fetched, the idea of it all has reportedly been discussed by many league personnel.

"We are fully committed and focused on Los Angeles and look forward to continuing to build our fan base as we transition to our new stadium," Chargers owner Dean Spanos told The Athletic. "We're seeing progress every day, and we look forward to building on that."

Next season the Chargers are scheduled to more into their new $4.5 billion stadium, which they will share with the Rams.

Since moving from San Diego to Los Angeles the football club has struggled to tap into the football fan base in Tinsel Town with most local fans already siding with the Rams. Since 2008, the Chargers have participated in the annual London series twice as the NFL continues to try and grow the game internationally.

"The current path they are on will not yield results in the foreseeable future," an NFL source said of the Chargers' standing in Los Angeles. "They need to consider something to shake up their franchise. This would give them a major international market and the chance to shine."

There are many owners in the NFL that are concerned with the Chargers’ long-term viability in LA and would support the team relocating to London if the team were to pursue it.

The relocation would create some major logistical stumbling block, but the NFL apparently wants to ultimately put a franchise there.