Anthony Joshua has told Tyson Fury he wants to see 'less talk, more action' as the pair continue to work towards a history fight.
The British rivals are looking to determine heavyweight's first undisputed champion since Lennox Lewis.
Having signed a two-fight deal, Planet Sport believes an announcement could take place this week with August 14 the expected date.
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, will be the location according to sources.
Joshua is no stranger to fighting in the Middle East having defeated Andy Ruiz Jr. in their 2019 rematch.
AJ, the current WBA, IBF and WBO champion, shared his frustration to fans on social media despite Eddie Hearn recently claiming the fight a 'done deal.'
"Spartan," he posted on social media. "I'm tired. My fans are tired. Your fans are tired. We're all tired of the talk. Less talk. More action!"
Fury holds the WBC world title, the only belt to elude Joshua in his nine-year professional career.
The "Gypsy King" was seen supporting good friend Billy Joe Saunders against Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez on the weekend in Texas.
Saunders, a former two-division world champion, tasted the first defeat of his career after being pulled out from the bout going into round nine.
The British southpaw updated fans on his condition following an operation on Sunday afternoon.
"Thanks everyone for msg," Saunders said in a Facebook post.
"Broken eye socket and broken cheekbone in three places - operation yesterday, all went well.
"You win some and lose some. Didn't feel out (of) my league but got caught with a good shot and couldn't see.
"Thank you all who watched. I'll be back, God bless you all."