WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has applied added pressure on a potential unification with IBF, IBO, WBA, WBO beltholder Anthony Joshua.
The two sides are trying to finalize a date and location, but Fury is becoming impatient with the amount of time that it's taking to get the deal done.
Fury has been inactive since February 2020, when he stopped Deontay Wilder in seven rounds to capture the WBC world title.
He wants to return to action sooner than later.
"I'm waiting. There's a few good offers on the table, I've been told, from a few different countries, which is exciting news for me. I've always been quite skeptical about it all," Fury told Behind The Gloves.
"Like before, I've been told there's quite a lot of big offers on the table, from a few major players, so very interested and excited to finally hear what they are and to see if they are one, feasible and two, can make it happen in whatever country wins the bid for it.
"We have to go to Monday, Tuesday by the latest. If I don't know anything by Tuesday, I'm just going to move on, because it's been a long time in the making. Now finally the offers are on the table. We'll go through them and take the best one."
The agreement calls for two fights to take place in 2021. The first of the series is being targeted to land on a date in July.
Despite the delays, Fury feels confident the fight will come off.
"I think it will 100 percent happen. One million percent happen. I think we're going to know within the next couple of days - what, where, when," Fury said.
"I'm pretty confident this fight is going to get made in the next few days, because from what I've heard, there are some big players involved and there's some big offers come in from very rich people and very rich countries. I'm sure that they're going to be very good offers."