Jamaican winger Leon Bailey appears confident that his good friend – the eight-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt can make it as a professional footballer.

Bolt completed a 2-day training stint with Borussia Dortmund last month and is scheduled to return to the club for another 3 weeks of training.

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While speaking with Bundesliga.com recently, the Leverkusen hotshot said:

“I spoke to him [Usain Bolt] and he said that it was good. 

“He enjoyed the training, but, of course, he was unfit. It was more about having someone there to help him.

“He wants to do whatever it takes to become a pro….he really wants to make it happen.

The 20-year-old added: “You never know what the future brings. He’s a champion and became one as his coaches taught him well. If that happens again, I don’t see why not.”

He shared his thoughts on Bolt after helping Leverkusen secure an impressive 4-1 win away to RB Leipzig.

Bailey has already score 11 goals for Leverkusen in all competitions this season.

Screenshot via Bundesliga.com

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Jamaican winger Leon Bailey appears confident that his good friend - the eight-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt can make it as a professional footballer. Bolt completed a 2-day training stint with Borussia Dortmund last month and is scheduled to return to the club for another 3 weeks of training. Related...

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