WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has once again taken to social media to call for an undisputed fight with WBO, IBF, IBO, WBA champion Oleksandr Usyk.

Fury has been out of the ring since December, when he battered Derek Chisora for a stoppage win their trilogy fight.

Earlier this year, he was in serious negotiations for a fight with Usyk on a date in April, but the two sides were unable to reach an agreement on the financial details for the rematch. 

The WBA would eventually order Usyk to make a mandatory defense against Daniel Dubois. That bout is now heading to a purse bid. If Dubois decides to go in another direction, then Usyk might be ordered to make a defense against the WBA's top contender - which is former world champion Deontay Wilder.

Fury's options are running low, with Andy Ruiz reportedly overpricing himself and Zhilei Zhang bound to a contracted rematch with Joe Joyce.

According to Fury, he's not interested in a rematch but willing to give one to Usyk if he requests that option in the contract.

"I'm sick of all this back and forward 'he said, she said'. Why don't we just do this?," Fury stated.

"Why don't we fight this summer, me and you, at Wembley stadium for the percentage you've already agreed. And if you want the rematch so desperately, you can have one. I don't need rematches, I don't need nothing because I'm going to cut you down like cheese. So here's the offer. Let's do the fight at Wembley this summer, me and you.

"Forget about fighting Deontay Wilder who I've knocked out twice, and forget about fighting Daniel Dubois who's not on our levels. You've already beat [Anthony] Joshua. The only fight left is me and you for undisputed.

"I know you didn't fancy it the first time so let's see if we can rekindle it and have a good fight for the fans. Let's get it on! Make the right decision."