McGregor sparked rumours of a battle evening in his hometown after tweeting ‘Dublin, December 14th’ from his Twitter account this week.
However, UFC boss White has dismissed the thought McGregor may headline a battle evening in Dublin.
He mentioned: ‘I’m certain you noticed his tweet. Conor desires to battle December 14th in Dublin, however we now have a battle in Vegas.
‘So, if he doesn’t battle on that card, he’ll battle early subsequent yr.’
McGregor is planning a return to the octagon, however has not fought since shedding a light-weight championship battle to Khabib Nurmagomedov final October.
The Irishman served a brief suspension for his involvement in an in-cage brawl after that defeat and claims a comeback in the course of the summer season was cancelled after he suffered a damaged hand.
Jorge Masvidal insists he received’t be the one to welcome McGregor again, however White mentioned this week he would have an interest in reserving his greatest star towards Gamebred or his outdated rival, Diaz.
Diaz takes on Masvidal at UFC 244 in November and has at all times been open to a 3rd conflict with McGregor after their profitable first two encounters in 2016.