[Sharingbuttons]Usain Bolt, the retired track star who is an eight time Olympic champion, has not given up on his football career. Even though he pulled out of the Central Coast Mariners Outfit in Australia after the club and his managers failed to find a commercial solution that would suit all parties in time.
In a recent interview the legendary track star revealed that he is waiting to which club will make the best offer, that is mutually beneficial to everyone who is involved, before he makes a decision, as this was not done when he played in Australia and he didn’t want a repeat of that situation again.
However, there is a possibility that he could be signing with an Asian or European club soon, as offers were made.
Bolt had a good time while he trained with the Mariners in Australia and this has caused him to be even more confident that he will manage to do well as a footballer. He had sparked Global interest when he scored two goals in a preseason friendly, but his abilities were questioned by pundits and players.
He said he “would be willing to move on and do something else if he is not able to make a suitable agreement with a club.”
It is alleged, that he has been encouraged by the head of the Jamaican FA, to play for a Jamaican club as it would be possible for him to be called to represent the country internationally in the near future.