Usain Bolt is steaming forward to achieve his ambition of becoming a professional footballer.
The eight-time Olympic gold medallist recently revealed that he will return to Borussia Dortmund for a three week training stint.
While speaking with the Herald Sun at the Commonwealth Games in Australia, Bolt said “It’s a big deal…everyone feels like I’m just kidding around, just joking, but I’m serious”.
“I am actually going back to Dortmund in a couple of weeks, to work with them for three more weeks….just to assess myself at a better level to see what level I’m at, what I need to do and if I can. That’s something I’m focused on.
“I’m looking forward to the challenge, because that’s what I want – I want a new challenge in life.”
Last month, Bolt scored via an expertly placed header in front of approximately 1500 spectators during a training session at the club.
And the world’s fastest man is slated to captain the World XI team in a highly anticipated Soccer Aid game this June at the Old Traford football stadium in Manchester, England.
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