The fate of multiple Oakland Raiders assistant coaches has emerged as a potential sticking point in discussions between owner Mark Davis and coach Dennis Allen, whose future with the franchise remains uncertain.

Davis and Allen will hold an end-of-season meeting Tuesday, and the main topic undoubtedly will revolve around the coach's vision for the future and realistic expectations for a team that has gone 4-12 in each of the past two seasons.

Allen wants to retain his assistant coaches with two-year contracts but has been met with resistance from Davis, who wants to offer one-year deals to the coaches, a league source confirmed to ESPN.com.

Allen, who has two years left on his four-year contract, is expected to be retained. He said last week he did not expect a heavy turnover in his staff.