Bolt: “I Would Retire Now to Play For Manchester United”

The world’s fastest man – Jamaica’s Usain Bolt has on several occasions stated that he intends to retire from track and field after the 2017 World Championships in London.

However during a live question and answer session today via Facebook, the 9 time Olympic gold medallist gave a somewhat surprising response.

When asked by one viewer if he would play for the English club Manchester United, his response was as follows:

“Bruh, bro….listen to me…if I had the chance to play for Manchester United, I would go right now”.


“I would retire and start playing football right now. That’s how much I really wanna play for Manchester United”.

“It’s almost like a dream. That’s something you dream about. I never my wildest dreams that I would ever even play, but if I could get a chance…it would be crazy”.

Watch Bolt’s full Q&A session below:

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