Brit Amir Khan has revealed he would be willing to take on Irishman Conor McGregor in the future.
The 32-year-old is set to face off against Terence Crawford on Saturday night, with the Bolton-born boxer an extreme underdog for the bout.
A confident Khan however is already making plans for the future and has been linked with clashes against the likes of Manny Pacquiao and Kell Brook next.
McGregor on the other hand recently announced his retirement from MMA but has since teased a return to the Octagon to take on Russian rival Khabib Nurmagomedov.
The Irishman has previous boxing experience, with his only fight coming against undefeated American Floyd Mayweather in August 2017.
McGregor has teased a return to the boxing ring in the past, along with a bizarre switch to wrestling entertainment.
And speaking to talkSPORT, Khan was asked about the possibility of facing McGregor in the future.
I mean it’s business, isn’t it?
We’re at a level now where it makes great business like Floyd Mayweather. We all learned from Floyd Mayweather – how he makes fights happen.
Conor McGregor vs Amir Khan would be a massive fight. It’d be huge, you’ve got Irish vs English so that’ll be massive.
If that happens, I’m not one to turn away from that.
Khan will first have to defy the odds against Crawford if he has any chance of taking on the likes of Pacquiao or McGregor.