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Amir Khan may be moving closer to a professional career under Frank Warren after the promoter revealed last night that Britain's Olympic lightweight silver medallist was to be a guest at Ricky Hatton's world title defence in Manchester on Friday, and that he will have talks with the boxer and his representatives about a possible deal.
Although the English Amateur Boxing Association has presented Khan with a written guarantee of a package of support worth £70,000 a year over the four years leading to the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, Khan has still not agreed to its terms and there is a growing belief in his camp that Warren's involvement might be the preferred option, even though Khan said in the aftermath of his Athens success that his ambition remained to win an Olympic gold medal.