TYSON FURY has made an offer to Derek Chisora for a trilogy fight, claims promoter Eddie Hearn.
Fury has insisted he is retired from boxing after his sixth-round TKO victory over Dillian Whyte in April.
Tyson Fury has challenged Derek Chisora to a trilogy fight with an official offer
Derek Chisora and Tyson Fury used to be friends but fell out recently
However, there is intense speculation suggesting the Gypsy King will soon return to the ring and the latest rumour is that he wants to fight Chisora this year.
The two British stars have already faced off twice with Fury winning both times in 2011 and 2014.
They became friends after their second fight but the undefeated star told talkSPORT recently they have fallen out.
This happened after Chisora predicted Whyte would beat Fury.
Hearn claims the 33-year-old’s camp has made an official offer for a third fight.
However, Chisora isn’t keen as the money “wasn’t enough” and another meeting is unlikely.
Hearn told Boxing Social: “Derek had an offer from the Tyson Fury camp.
“It wasn’t enough money, I’m not sure we’re gonna see that fight.
“But good to see Tyson Fury keeping his options open.”
Chisora’s most recent fight took place last month when he defeated Kubrat Pulev via split decision.