The New Zealand Rugby Union is confident the All Blacks will play a match in Samoa next year, but nothing has yet been finalised.
The New Zealand Herald has reported the All Blacks will play a match in Apia, probably in July next year.
The head of the NZRU, Steve Tew, says there are a number of issues to work through, including timing, commercial feasibility and the All Blacks' preparations for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
"It's a bit hard to say until we sit down and talk to the Samoans - they've got to make sure they can get their players in and that the other logistics all line up.
"But I'm pretty confident - we intend to make it work and so all things being equal, we will."
There has been criticism that New Zealand have never played a test match in the Pacific Islands, despite many players having Pasifika heritage.