The world record holder USAIN Bolt has widen his horizon by considering football.
The 30 year recently retired track and filed star has always had a passion for football and the sprint legend might be prepared to accept League One or League Two rather than his beloved Manchester United.
The Jamaican, who pulled up injured in the 4x100m relay on Saturday, said: “I’ve always said that I wanted to play football because it’s something I think I’ll be good at.
“But right now, after pulling my hamstring, I’m not really worried about that at this moment.”
Bolt‘s agent Ricky Simms has also told the Daily Star: “If you ask him he will want to play football and because he has said that we have had a dozen clubs who would like him to go for a trial with them.
“I don’t want to name names but he will go to Dortmund because the CEO of Puma, who is a good friend of ours, is on the board at Borussia Dortmund. He will go to train with them.
“Can a sprinter who is 30-years-old play in the Bundesliga or the Premier League? Realistically that is a step too far.
“I think if he had six months or nine months playing and training with a team then he could play at some level whether that is League One or League Two.”