Bolt is now training with the Central Coast Mariners in the Australian A-League but has yet to sign a professional contract with the club.
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But Bolt's agent has now confirmed that his client will not take up the offer of moving to the Maltese capital. "We are regularly approached by clubs from all over the world", his representative, Ricky Simms, said.
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The A-League kicks off this weekend with the Mariners taking on the Brisbane Roar.
Reports suggest the Mariners are waiting for governing body Football Federation Australia to decide whether it will contribute to a potential Aus$3 million (US$2.1 million) offer to the 100m world record holder.
It said the 32-year-old, who regards Australia as a second home, might consider accepting less money if it means locking in a contract.
Mulvey was spotted talking for a while to Bolt on Thursday, but the coach said he also spoke to several other players. "My first start and scoring two goals, it's a good feeling", he said.
Before joining the Mariners, he trained with German giants Borussia Dortmund, as well as Mamelodi Sundowns in South Africa and Stromsgodset in Norway.