Katie Taylor may get the chance to unify the lightweight division at Madison Square Garden in June if all goes to plan.

Taylor currently holds the IBF and WBA lightweight belt and will face Brazilian Rose Volante for the WBO title on 15 March in Philadelphia.

Should Taylor emerge victorious from that bout she would just need the WBC crown to complete her collection, which is currently held by Belgium’s Delfine Persoon.

Taylor's manager Eddie Hearn revealed that he hopes to add Taylor to the undercard of the Anthony Joshua and Jarrell Miller in New York on June 1 and that he has already held talks with Persoon's camp about the possibility of arranging a title bout.

Speaking to the Irish Examiner, Hearn said: "Katie has to get through Volante first but we want to try and have the undisputed fight for all four lightweight belts on the AJ card.

"Persoon’s team want the fight to happen in Belgium, where she’s from, but I’m saying as a compromise let’s do it at Madison Square Garden.

"You used to be able to get an opponent like that for around $30,000 but now it’s several hundred thousand instead.

"But Taylor against Persoon would be the perfect fight to put on this card and we’re determined to make this happen.

"Taylor is fighting March 15 and if she wins we want to be in a position where we can announce a fight for all four belts."