Representatives of the Athletics‘ ownership met with officials from Oakland and Alameda County on Tuesday to discuss the city’s most recent offer to keep the Las Vegas-bound team in the Coliseum at least through the 2027 season.

The negotiations, which took place in the team’s offices, did not produce a resolution, and the Athletics are expected to meet with Sacramento officials Wednesday to hear their proposal to be the team’s home for a minimum of three seasons beginning next year.

News of the Sacramento meeting was first reported by KGO-TV in San Francisco.

The strategy to pit two Northern California cities against each other would seem to mirror the A’s much-derided “Parallel Paths” plan — their decision to negotiate simultaneously with Oakland and Las Vegas before disclosing an agreement to move to Las Vegas last April. In this case, the A’s are negotiating simultaneously with Oakland and Sacramento — and, to a lesser extent, Salt Lake City — for their temporary home.

Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive, a longtime friend of A’s owner John Fisher, sees a Major League Baseball franchise as the next step in Sacramento’s ascension to a full-fledged big league city. He owns the Triple-A Sacramento RiverCats, a San Francisco Giants affiliate that plays in West Sacramento that would share Sutter Health Park with the A’s. The move to temporarily house the A’s would position Sacramento to be the team’s permanent home if the move to Las Vegas falls through.