Usain Bolt for Turkish football league?

As Jamaica’s track superstar continues his quest to be a part of a professional football league, the latest country his name is being linked with is now Turkey.

If rumours are to be believed the  eight time Olympic gold medallist may be coming face to face with Nigeria international Ogenyi Onazi if he succeeds in getting a deal with Turkish side Sivasspor.

The Caribbean Globe understands that the Turkish first division side is reportedly ready to offer him a second chance to have a go at professional football.

Bolt performed creditably well on his trial run with the Central Coast Mariners in Australia earlier this year scoring two goals in a 4-0 friendly win over Macarthur South West United during October.

Negotiations broke down leaving Bolt on the hunt again for a team in which he can live out his football dreams.