Tyson Fury revealed the conversation he was having Matchroom boxing promoter Eddie Hearn.
Anthony Joshua, Fury's potential opponent is without an opponent for his planned fight at Wembley on April 13.
Tyson Fury, alongside Deontay Wilder and Dillian Whyte, have all been earmarked to fight Joshua but Fury looks set to rematch Wilder in May.
In an interview with the Sunday Times, Fury discussed what has happened since his fight with Wilder between Hearn and himself.
Hearn asked initially: "Before we make our move, is it worth having a conversation about the fight?" to which Fury responded: "I'm ready. How much?"
After receiving no reply, Fury tried again: "Have you gone cold on me?"
Hearn responded: "No. I want to do things properly."
Fury attempted one final time: "Send me your offer in writing. How much?"
Fury is now preparing in Marbella as he anticipates a rematch with Wilder.
Joshua however looks set to face Jarrell Miller if Whyte can't be persuaded to take the agreement for April.
Whyte rejected Hearn's first offer yet will be issued new terms for a rehash of their conflict in 2015.
Should he reject, Joshua will go up against Miller in his US make a big appearance at Maddison Square Garden in June.