WBC, IBF light heavyweight world champion Artur Beterbiev explains that it would not be a problem to reach an agreement for a potential fight with Mexican superstar Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.

In 2019, Canelo moved up by two weight divisions to score a knockout victory over Sergey Kovalev to capture the WBO world title at 175-pounds. 

Canelo would later vacate the belt and drop down to super middleweight.

Since making that move, Canelo has captured the WBC, WBO, WBA world titles.

He tried to fully unify the weight class by facing IBF champion Caleb Plant in September - but the two sides were unable to reach an agreement.

The current frontrunner to face Canelo is WBA light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol, who would move down to 168 to take the fight.

According to Canelo's handlers, the once-beaten boxer has interest in moving back to 175 in the future, to face a world champion like Beterbiev - with all 16 of his wins coming inside the distance.

The 36-year-old Russian puncher saw action in March, when he stopped German contender Adam Deines in ten rounds.

Beterbiev had previously expressed his interest in facing Canelo - and made it clear on Friday that he's ready to make a deal at any time.

"It would not be difficult for [Canelo's] representatives to come to an agreement with me. I have a desire to win a new title [at 175], for me it is more interesting than money. If [Canelo's handlers] contact me, I will give them positive answer. I want to become an undisputed champion or try my hand at a fight with Canelo," said Beterbiev to Match TV.

Canelo, 31-years-old, has won 56 wins (38 by knockout) and suffered one defeat, with two fights ending in a draw.