Manny Pacquiao denies fight agreement is in place with Amir Khan

Manny Pacquiao
has insisted that no deal has been reached for a super-fight against Amir Khan
on November 8.
The British fighter had previously claimed in a press conference that he would fight the veteran boxer in Saudi Arabia
Khan beat Billy Dib in Saudi Arabia last week to win the WBC international welterweight title, and immediately set his sight on a Pacquiao showdown.
However, his Filipino rival appeared nonplussed when questioned about the prosepective match-up at his gym. 
Paquiao, 40, said: 'No I didn't know that, maybe it's a second Manny Pacquiao, the other Manny Pacquiao.' 
Pacquiao's spokesperson Fred Sternberg has previously told BBC Sport: 'Manny has not signed any contract.
'As far as I know it hasn't been even discussed,' Sternberg added on Tuesday.
Pacquiao is currently preparing to face Keith Thurman in his 71st professional fight.
The bout will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday, July 20.
WBA 'regular' welterweight champion Pac-Man takes on the undefeated WBA 'Super' World welterweight champion who his 10 years his junior. 

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