Just days after the eight-time Olympic gold medalist sprinter scored his first goals for a pro team, hitting a brace in a friendly for Australian side Central Coast Mariners, it appears Bolt could be heading to Europe. "That's the tough world of professional football".
Usain Bolt isn't even a professional footballer yet, and he's being drug tested.
Where do you think Bolt will end up?
"This isn't about money, this is about history".
The superstar, a massive Manchester United fan, has been handed a chance to train with the A-League side for an indefinite period in order to pursue his dream.
Though his goals certainly caught the world's attention, his football skills still leave a lot to be desired.
Usain Bolt has been offered a two-year contract to play for Maltese club Valletta FC and spearhead their charge to the Champions League. Bolt said in a video he posted on Instagram, holding up a pink slip of paper requesting a blood and urine test.
"How am I going to get drug tested today?"
Earlier, Bolt's Australia agent Tony Rallis revealed there was indeed overseas interest in the fledgling footballer.
Olympic legend Usain Bolt was left fuming this weekend after being forced to take a drug test by Football Federation Australia.
"It's very much, the ball in the Mariners' court".
FFA head David Gallop said Tuesday "the story of a contract in Europe is news to me", but that any financial support from the governing body would not be drawn from a marquee fund set up to attract top players to the A-League.
"They would get something good out of it, yeah", the Sunrise correspondent replied.
But the 32-year-old could not understand the logic behind a notice to complete an anti-doping test on Monday.