Anthony Joshua has "a number of proposals" to consider amid reports he could step aside from a rematch with Oleksandr Usyk in order for Tyson Fury to fight the Ukrainian.
Usyk outclassed Joshua at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium last September to claim his WBA (Super), IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight titles.
The Brit activated a clause to step into the ring with Usyk for a second time, but The Daily Telegraph revealed he could step aside for a fee of £15million to pave the way for his compatriot Fury to do battle with the 35-year-old in a unification bout in the Middle East.
Eddie Hearn, Joshua's promoter, revealed the 2012 Olympic champion has several options to mull over.
"I'm meeting with AJ and 258 management [on Tuesday] to go through plans for his next fight." he told Sky Sports.
"We have a number of proposals and options to discuss. The goal remains the same of course - to re-capture the world heavyweight crown."
Fury has not agreed a mandatory defence of his WBC strap with Dillian Whyte.
Usyk's promoter, Alexander Krassyuk, says it is up in the air over which Englishman will be his fighter's next opponent.
"We are in talks regarding the Fury fight since November," Krassyuk told Sky Sports.
"And though AJ gave his consent [reportedly] we still have not reached the final point in negotiations. And unless we get it - AJ rematch remains the basic option for us."