Sprint ace Usain Bolt tells Euronews about his hopes to launch a new career in football.
Usain Bolt is set to pull big crowds when he begins training with Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund. The world's fastest sprinter is hoping to launch a new career in football - Euronews caught up with him to discuss his plans.
Euronews: What are your thoughts about the next World Cup?
**Bolt: ** For me it's good, I'm looking forward to it just like the rest of the world. I'm excited to watch all the teams and the games. I'm an Argentina supporter so "Go Argentina!"
Euronews: Do you think Messi will make the difference?
Bolt: Hopefully over the years he's proven himself to be a great asset so hopefully at this World Cup it will all come together and he can win. He went to the finals last time so we'll see what happens.
Euronews: Do you think there will be a clear favorite or there are always a few favorites in mind?
Bolt: There is always some favorites. For me the top four is Argentina, Germany, Brazil if Neymar comes back… France also look good on paper. We’ll see what happens.
Euronews: Let's talk about you, What are your next goals?
Bolt: My next aim is to get into football. I’m doing a trial tomorrow with BVB. It’s something that I’m really looking forward it. I’m really excited, so hopefully it works out and I can be a football player in the future.
Euronews: You are a Manchester United fan. Would you like to help Mourinho now?
Bolt: It would be a dream, it would be a big dream to play for Manchester united. We’ll see but happens but for sure it will take a bit of time
**Euronews: Do you follow any particular team in the Spain?
Bolt: Not so much but I’m a massive fan of Cristiano Ronaldo, so I support him and his team.