Legendary athlete and former world's fastest man who still holds the world record for the 100m on the tracks is on the verge of making history as he is about to get his first professional football contract with Championship side Burton Albion FC.
Brewers chairman Ben Robinson invites the legendary Olympian to the Pirelli Stadium as he aims to embark on his dream of becoming a professional footballer.
The legendary sprinter wants to make it as a footballer now he has hung up his running spikes. According to reports the 30-year-old is set to train with Borussia Dortmund though a move to the Bundesliga giants is highly unlikely, yet the door has been opened to a switch to England's second tier with Nigel Clough's Albion.
The unlikely opportunity comes after Brewers chairman Ben Robinson revealed a trial offer would be forthcoming should Bolt be interested.
Bolt, a lifelong Red Devils supporter, is due to make his first appearance since retiring from athletics to line up alongside legends Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes at Old Trafford on September 2.
Bolt signed, in the meantime, for Manchester United – to play a charity football match against Barcelona.