Manny Pacquiao (right) lands a left to the chin of Timothy Bradley Jr. during their welterweight championship fight at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, April 9, 2016. Getty Images/Christian Petersen

Manny Pacquiao wants his fans to pick his opponent for his next world title defense that will be held in the United Arab Emirates. The boxer gave his Twitter followers four options — British pair Amir Khan and Kell Brook, Australia's Jeff Horn and American Terence Crawford.

"See you in UAE for my next fight. #TeamPacquiao", the World Boxing Organization's welterweight champion tweeted Sunday. He later posted a poll asking his 108,000 followers to choose either Brook, Khan, Horn or Crawford as his next opponent. The poll had received more than 20,000 votes by Monday afternoon.

A spokesman for Pacquiao told Agence France-Presse that the boxing icon was due to meet his manager Michael Koncz Monday and a statement about his next fight would be issued.

Over the last few weeks, there have been reports that the boxing icon will be getting into the ring with Horn in April, and that Australia was in negotiations to hold the bout.

"We are still negotiating about that. Nothing is really final, the date, who is the opponent. There are a lot of offers from other countries," Pacquiao said last month about the possibility of a fight with Horn.

However, on Sunday, Pacquiao said that he would be fighting instead in the UAE.

The 38-year-old, a six-time world champion, retired last April, but made a successful comeback against Jessie Vargas in Las Vegas in November. Pacquiao initially said he was retiring to focus on his new role as a Philippine senator, but after his return to the ring, the champion said that he still felt like a youngster.