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Eloise Marshall
October 16, 2018

Eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt trains for the first time for the A-League football club Central Coast Mariners in Gosford on 21 August 2018.

The club who has offered Usain Bolt a two-year contract to spearhead their charge to the UEFA Champions League has been revealed.

Now Valletta, who were taken over by Abu Dhabi-based Sanban Group in September, want Bolt to spearhead their Champions League aspirations.

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. "That's the tough world of professional football", Beretta said.

"So guys I've retired from track and field looking to become a footballer but look at this", Bolt said Monday via an Instagram video as he zoomed in on the notice.

The Australian agent who arranged Bolt's trial with the Mariners declined to confirm or deny the reports when contacted by AFP on Tuesday.

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Amidst such developments, Bolt's two-goal heroics on Friday in a pre-season friendly set social media ablaze and has drawn attention from a European club.

Reigning Maltese champions Valletta FC, boasting cash to splash after investors from the UAE recently took charge of the club and vowed to fund a charge towards the Champions League, have reportedly offered Bolt a two-year contract.

Should the Mariners decide to table an offer earlier than expected, the club and Football Federation Australia (FFA) will also need to think outside the box when it comes to marketing arrangements and third-party sponsorships.

Discussing speculation that Bolt could first sign for the Mariners and then be sold on to the European club, Koch said on breakfast TV show "Sunrise": "So the Mariners sell him for money, they make a lot of money out of it?".

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