British boxing star Anthony Joshua's next opponent should be confirmed next week, according to his promoter Eddie Hearn.
The IBF, WBA and WBO champion is scheduled to defend his world heavyweight titles at Wembley Stadium on April 14 (NZ time) with Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury, Dillian Whyte and Jarrell 'Big Baby' Miller all been mentioned as possible suitors.
Even though Wembley has already been booked for April, Hearn revealed that a potential bout against American Miller could take place in New York in June instead.
"I've got [Deontay] Wilder, who basically doesn't want to talk to us about an AJ fight, so he doesn't want to fight AJ," Hearn said to IFL TV.
"If we can't get [Tyson] Fury; he doesn't want 60-40. Dillian Whyte doesn't want what he's been offered, then we're probably going to fight Miller.
"But I believe for Anthony Joshua's career, to fill up Madison Square Garden, and to defend his world heavyweight titles against an American, a New Yorker, in his backyard, in front of 22,000 people, is a major statement in his career.
"I think you'll get a decision next week. For me, if he can't get Wilder, Fury or Dillian, he must come to America and Jarrell would be at the front of that queue."
Joshua's last outing was a knockout victory over Russian challenger Alexander Povetkin in September.
In 2018, he beat Kiwi Joseph Parker by unanimous decision to claim his WBO belt.