The New York Islanders might not be long for Brooklyn.

Jim Baumbach and Robert Brodsky of Newsday report that the owners of the Barclays Center are readying a proposal that would see the club return to the newly renovated Nassau Coliseum.

"Over the last two months, I have met with Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment (BSE), Islanders owners, I’ve met with the county and the state,” Long Island Association president Kevin Law told Newsday. “What I just learned very recently is that BSE will be offering a plan to the Islanders to move them back to the Coliseum.”

BSE operates both the Barclays Center and Nassau Coliseum and Law says the company will make further "adjustments" to assuage any of the Islanders' concerns.

The Islanders and the Barclays Center are currently in the third year of a 25-licensing agreement, but both sides have an opt-out and can trigger a negotiation window within 30 days of the end of this past regular season. Law tells Newsday that the proposal will be made to Isles owners Jonathan Ledecky and Scott Malkin when both groups meet to renegotiate the licensing agreement.

Neither side has commented on the report.