No official announcement has been made but the indications are they will not meet until the Goodwill Games in St Petersburg on 25 July.
Burrell, who ran 9.85sec in Lausanne, said: 'I want to prove I'm the No 1 and I'm ready to run against Linford. But they don't seem prepared to let me.'
His manager, Joe Douglas is said to have asked for around pounds 130,000 for a package of Santa Monica Club athletes to compete, headed by Burrell in the 100m and Carl Lewis in the 200m. The meeting has a budget of pounds 500,000.
Meanwhile, Christie is preparing to race in today's TSB Challenge in Edinbugrgh over 100 yards, against a field which includes the former 100m world record holder, Calvin Smith. In the 800m, Curtis Robb is due to make his first major appearance since September following a knee injury, against a field which will feature Martin Steele and the leading Americans, Mark Everett and Johnny Gray.
Robb needs to make a case to the selectors as the 20 July deadline for entries to the European Championships and Commonwealth Games draws uncomfortably close.