We’re less than 48-hours removed from Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. (48-0) defeating long time rival Manny Pacquiao (57-6-2), and already the rumor mill is in full swing as to who the next and final opponent will be for Mayweather.

Accorind to Mayweather Sr., as reported by David Kidd at Mirror, Amir Khan (30-3) is not only a real possibility for Money’s final bout, but it could be a particularly easy one.

“I’ll tell you what I think my son should do in September – given he’s fought all the hard-hitters – my son needs to get his contract and end it with an easy fight, he don’t need no tough fights.

“Amir Khan? Yes, that’d be a good fight for him. My son would beat him, I know. Of course it would be easier than Pacquiao. Khan has a pretty decent jab but all the technical things, he can’t do [them].”

The elder Mayweather and expert trainer also gave his thoughts on the possibility of a rematch with Pacquiao and how he felt the fight played out.

“Pacquiao would never beat Floyd anyway. It might be tough (to sell a re-match because the first fight was so one-sided)

“My son, [at] other times he’s looked better than this. I wanted him to go further against Pacquiao. He stayed at the same level. In the last couple of rounds, he hit Pacquiao with a couple of hooks and uppercuts – they were his most diligent rounds.”

Khan is scheduled to take on Chris Algieri (20-1) on May 29 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The bout will be for the WBC Silver Welterweight title. Algieri was last seen in the ring losing by unanimous decision to Pacquiao in November of last year.