The fight will reportedly take place on June 4, while the location has still yet to be decided
Tyson Fury will defend his world heavyweight titles against Wladimir Klitschko on June 4 this year, as the pair prepare to face off for a second time.
The Mirror are reporting that "Tyson Fury vs Wladimir Klitschko II" is set for the date, with discussions ongoing as to where the fight will be held.
One of the possible locations for the bout is said to be Austria.
"Yes, that's right. We are in negotiations, but for confidential reasons, we can't give out any more information at this stage," Nicola Pattberg of the Klitschko Management Group (KMG) told Austrian newspaper the Kleine Zeitung.
Klagenfurt's 32,000-capacity Woerthersee Stadium is the favourite to host the bout. The stadium staged games during the 2008 European Championships.
Fury beat the 39-year-old in Dussledorf last year, condemning the Ukrainian to a first defeat in a decade.
Wembley and Munich's Allianz Arena had been alternate options as potential host venues, but have now reportedly been ruled out.
Via The Mirror