The Ukrainian has an incredible cult as one of the most exciting boxers to enter the professional ranks in years.
Lomachenko enjoyed a remarkable amateur career and picked up 396 wins and two Olympic gold medals.
The 29-year-old is a two-weight world champion after just 10 professional fights and now he is ready to offer his skills to McGregor.
Lomachenko offered his services to McGregor via Twitter with the UFC star’s sparring partners making headlines in the last week.
Former world champion Paulie Malignaggi left the camp after feeling he was exploited by McGregor, as well as disrespected. Malignaggi sparred twice with McGregor, but was furious when pictures of him on the canvas surfaced on social media.
The American has insisted he was not knocked down, rather pushed by McGregor, and has since launched a wave of abuse at his former employer.
Lomachenko made headlines of his own with his superb performance against Miguel Marriaga last Saturday.
Defending his WBO junior lightweight title, Lomachenko was electric during the win and showed off his famous showmanship on the way to a stoppage victory in R8, to which his opponent did not answer the bell.
McGregor would surely learn a lot from Lomachenko, but has kept his training methods closed off to the public for the most part.
Mayweather will fight the pro boxing debutant on August 26 in Las Vegas.