Sprint King, Usain Bolt is set to finally see his dreams of playing professional football come true as Central Coast Mariners of Australia reportedly offers him a professional contract.

The multiple time Olympic champion retired from Athletics in 2017 and went ahead to pursue his dreams of being a professional footballer.

After a period on trial with the Australian club, Bolt has been offered a contract according to reports by  the BBC.

The Report suggested that the revelation was made by soccer Agent Ricky Simms, although the club is yet to release an official statement to confirm the offer.

“I can confirm Usain has been offered a contract by Central Coast Mariners,” Simms said.

Bolt, 32, had unfruitful trials with clubs in Germany and Norway but seems to have impressed in Australia enough to earn him a contract.

He scored his first two goals for the Mariners in a pre- season friendly recently but wasn’t in the match squad for their season opener against Brisbane Roar FC.

Bolt in action for the Mariners

If the reports is anything to go by, it will be a dream come true for the big Jamaican who is hailed by many as the Fastest man on the planet.