Tyson’s Fury claims to have been sent Anthony Joshua “Draft contract” for a fight at Wembley Stadium in September.

The fierce British rivals set out to face each other last year, but the debates broke down.

Has been linked to a fight against Joshua Deontay Wilder In Saudi Arabia, during WBC champion Fury’s proposed fight for the undisputed heavyweight title Oleksandr Usik It fell in March.

Fury says a confrontation with Joshua was “a fight everyone would want to see, including me.”

Fury wrote on his Instagram page, “A few days ago I sent @anthonyjoshua a draft contract for a fight at the @wembleystadium in September, it’s a fight everyone wants to see, including me.

“Come of AJ, let’s give the world what they want to see. This time I won’t be shooting a million videos and continuing to put pressure on me. The ball is on your side now.. @frank_warren_official @eddiehearn @btsportboxing @daznboxing @toprank @espn @skysports”.

In April, Joshua said a Clash Fury was the “boxing world must see” fight after defeating Jermaine Franklin.

“This is his cube of gold. This is the WBC heavyweight champion of the world. It’s all about that, so it’s definitely Tyson Fury,” Joshua said when asked about his next opponent.

“Yes (another warm-up challenge), this would be ideal for being active after a long break. But sometimes an opportunity comes along and you have to seize it with both hands.

“In that sense, if the opportunity comes up and the coach and the team agree it’s a good opportunity, I would catch it 100 percent with both my hands. The boxing world needs it.”