Bob Arum says a deal for a blockbuster world heavyweight unification fight between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua has finally been agreed.
WBC champion Fury last month stated that he had grown tired of waiting for his next bout amid talks with Joshua's camp.
Joshua told Fury he was ready to fight him "in my back garden [or] your back garden".
A roadmap has been set up by coronavirus restrictions to be eased over the coming months in the United Kingdom, with social distancing rules potentially being lifted on June 21.
That could make an all-British battle a possibility on home soil in June and although Arum could not provide details, Fury's promoter believes an agreement has been reached.
"As far as I'm concerned, all the points have been agreed to," the American told IFL TV.
"That's what each side has said. Now, we're just scrambling around to get things signed.
"I can say clearly, based on my view of everything, there are no more issues."