Olympic boss sprinter Usain Bolt has been offered a two-year contract to play soccer with a Maltese club, ESPN detailed, activating theory he might be set to exit from his preliminary at Australian group Central Coast Mariners.
Maltese victors Valletta FC said they planned to sign the eight-times Olympic gold medallist in time for him to partake in their Maltese Super Cup coordinate on December 13 against Balzan.
“A boss is constantly welcome and at Valletta FC we don’t think anything is inconceivable,” ESPN cited Valletta overseeing chief and CEO Ghasston Slimen as saying.
Jolt’s specialist in Australia, Tony Rallis, had additionally affirmed the methodology, ESPN said.
Jolt scored two objectives for the Mariners in a pre-season preliminary match on Friday however has not been offered an expert decrease by the A-League group.
A Mariners representative said there was no adjustment in Bolt’s situation at the club, portraying reports that he may stop his preliminary as “bits of gossip”.
The 32-year-old Jamaican has more than once communicated his want to win an agreement in front of the Mariners’ 2018-19 A-League battle which commences this end of the week.
Most Australian soccer intellectuals said Bolt had hinted at change and better wellness in the Mariners’ 4-0 prevail upon a novice nearby side on Friday yet felt he was some way off the level of having the capacity to contend in the Australian best flight.