Saunders fought on the Warrington vs Frampton bill in December (Picture: Getty)

Boxing promoter Frank Warren has revealed talks are being held to make a potential fight between Billy Joe Saunders and Gennady Golovkin.

A fight between the pair has been talked about for years, but nothing has materialised due to various reasons.

This time last year, the pair held all four middleweight belts – IBF, WBA, WBC and WBO – between them.

However, the boxing landscape has changed with Saunders vacating WBO title his while ‘Triple G’ lost his three to Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez in September.

Despite neither one possessing a world title belt now, Warren is confident that a fight could still be made if the money is right.

Golovkin lost his belts to Canelo in 2018 (Picture: Getty)

‘We signed for the fight twice, they sent contracts and we signed them and sent them back,’ Warren told the Pound for Pound podcast.

‘Will they want that fight with no titles on the line? Maybe money will talk, and in fact my son spoke to Tom Loeffler today so we’re exploring that. We want to make the fight, it would be a fantastic fight.

‘He’ll [Saunders] never fight Canelo, they don’t want that job, not after Billy did a job on David Lemieux.’

Neither one of Golovkin or Saunders have a fight fully confirmed for 2019 yet.

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