ANTHONY JOSHUA posed with Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay, who called the heavyweight champion a ‘class act’.
Joshua has been enjoying a sunny getaway in Spain as he prepares for his next fight, against Oleksandr Usyk.
He recently watched England’s 4-0 European Championships quarter-finals win against Ukraine in a local pub.
And he later bumped into Scotland’s McTominay, who played in the 0-0 group stage draw with England.
The United star went on to suffer heartbreak as Scotland were dumped out of the tournament after coming bottom in their group.
But it was not all bad for McTominay, 24, who had unified champion AJ to console him.
He posted on Instagram: “What a true gentleman, class act @anthonyjoshua.”
McTominay will soon return to Carrington for pre-season preparation ahead of United’s first game of the season against Leeds on August 14.
A month later, Joshua returns to the ring, having not fought since beating Kubrat Pulev, 40, in December.
Joshua, 31, was ordered by the WBO to face Usyk, 34, after his unification with Tyson Fury collapsed.
The Brits had agreed terms for a first-ever, four-belt heavyweight undisputed title decider.
But Fury, 32, had tried to walk away from a contracted trilogy bout with Deontay Wilder, 35, who took the dispute to arbitration.
Wilder, was later awarded the right to fight his heavyweight rival again, setting up a second rematch on July 24 in Las Vegas.