Former welterweight champion Kell Brook is looking to return on a date in the summer and he wants a "big fight" next.

Brook was in action last month at Manchester Arena, in his long awaited showdown with domestic rival Amir Khan.

After a decade long feud, Brook dominated and stopped Khan in the sixth round of their outing.

Now at 35-years-old, the Sheffield fighter is looking for the biggest opportunities possible.

There was some talk of Brook facing rising welterweight star Conor Benn, but the two sides were unable to reach an agreement.

The other option is a catch-weight showdown with Chris Eubank Jr.

Promoter Ben Shalom of BOXXER is hoping to sit down with Brook and work out an appropriate weight for a fight with Eubank.

"He (Brook) wants to fight in June or July," Shalom told Sky Sports News. "It's going to be a big fight. We're going to work it out.

"I think Eubank wants the Kell Brook fight. We'll sit down with Kell, work out the weight, work out if we can get there and work out if it's right for Kell Brook.

"Chris also potentially has a world title opportunity that could come in June-July. So both of them have options and I expect to get to the bottom of it in the next week or so."

Brook's fight with Khan took place at a catch-weight of 149-pounds. He would prefer to meet Eubank at the junior middleweight limit of 154, but Eubank prefers to fight at the middleweight limit of 160.

Back in 2016, Brook jumped up by two weight divisions to compete at the middleweight limit with world champion Gennadiy Golovkin.

Golovkin battered Brook and broke his eye socket for a stoppage win. 

That contest was the fire that ignited the feud between Brook and Eubank. Initially, it was Eubank who was in serious negotiations to face Golovkin. When they were unable to agree on the terms, Brook quickly stepped in to replace Eubank in the fight.