“I feel that he is taking the decision about coming to the United States. If he came to talk with trainers such as Derrick James, who is very busy here in the United States, I don’t think that AJ’s plan is to take him to Europe. Maybe [Joshua] is planning to stay here.
“I will be happy to see him here, even if he is not working with me. AJ needs a change, a completely new change to what he is not used to.”
Joshua has been linked to a fight with old rival Dillian Whyte, whom he knocked out in 2015 after suffering an amateur loss to his fellow Briton.
Whyte last fought in November, edging past American Jermaine Franklin via majority decision.
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