It’s Bolt-on Wonderer!
OLYMPIC hero Usain Bolt steps out at Old Trafford tonight dreaming Jose Mourinho might give him a contract with his beloved Man United after playing in a Soccer Aid charity match.
The sprinter, who retired from athletics last year, is captaining a team in tonight’s celebrity-packed game to raise money for UNICEF.
And he’s confident something could come of it – but maybe in the lower divisions. “I’m very passionate about this,” he says. “I think after this game the offers will come in. I can always start at a lower league for one or two years, but the Premier League is the dream.
“If it doesn’t work I won’t be disappointed. I’ll have tried.”
One goal he feels more certain of is starting a dream team with 28-yearold girlfriend Kasi Bennett. Usain, 31, reveals: “I want three kids – but if we get three girls first, I’ll try for one more and hopefully it will be a boy.”
Soccer Aid for UNICEF, 6.30pm, on ITV. Donate at socceraid.org.uk.