Bolt offered contract with Maltese club

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Usain Bolt made headlines across the world this week after scoring his first two goals as a footballer for Central Coast Mariners in Australia's A-League.

Despite that fact, he's still caught the attention of authorities who want to make sure the superstar isn't taking any substances he shouldn't be.

"How am I going to get a drug test today?"

"So I asked the lady, 'Why am I getting drug tested when I haven't signed for a club yet?? and she said they told her I'm an elite athlete so I have to get tested".

A clip of Bolt's maiden goal, posted to Central Coast's Twitter account, has been viewed more than six million times.

Valletta managing director and CEO Ghasston Slimen told ESPN they hope to sign the eight-time Olympic sprint champion in time for him to participate in their Maltese Super Cup match on December 13 against Balzan.

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Tony Rallis, who is representing Bolt while he is in Australia, has now said that a European side with ambitions of playing in the Champions League have offered him a deal.

Rallis told ESPN: "There is a club in Europe that has offered Bolt a two-year deal, they have been taken over by new owners who have aspirations of Champions League football".

The Jamaican is a lifelong Manchester United fan and had been hinting at a move into football for years before training with Norwegian side Stromsgodset earlier this year.

It has seemingly put the Mariners on the clock to give him a full-time professional contract despite January being flagged as the probable deadline for a final decision as Bolt tries to rise to A-League standard.

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