The Minnesota Vikings will play the 2014 and 2015 seasons at the University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium while their new stadium is being built.
The agreement is subject to a vote by the university's Board of Regents, but the two sides are expected to make an official announcement Thursday, according to the Star-Tribune.
The agreement includes stipulations that require the Vikings to pay for any capital improvements and operational expenses for the team's home games. In addition, the Vikings will pay the university a per-game rent of $250,000 and share $50,000 per game in concessions, advertising and sponsorship revenue.
The total value of the agreement for the university is $300,000 per game and a maximum of $3 million per season, according to the report.