Jamaican sprinter given Manchester United deal

Usain Bolt has officially started his football career after being handed a short-term contract at Manchester United reserves

 

Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt has officially be given a Manchester United deal.

The multiple Olympic goldwinner is a avid fan of the 20-times English Champions and has over the years revealed his wish of playing for the club.

Now, he has been given a chance to a first team of the club after he signing a deal with the Manchester United reserve.

According to UK Metro, Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal has given the sprinter a short term deal with the reserve

As a member of the Manchester United reserves, the UK Metro reports that Bolt who is eligible to be registered as a United reserve at any time will fulfill a number of athletics commitments before meeting up with the squad.

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