The London 2012 Olympic gold medallist - a big fan of the Premiership football club - said that he hopes Sir Alex Ferguson will offer him a trial in the near future.
Bolt has hinted in the past that he would like to take up football after he retires from the track, and feels he would be good enough at the Theatre of Dreams.
"People think I am joking. But if Alex Ferguson called me up and said, 'OK let's do this, come and have a trial', it would be impossible for me to say no," he is quoted as saying in The Sun.
"I would not take up the challenge if I didn't think I was good enough. I am a very accomplished player and know I could make a difference."
He added: "I would be the fastest player in the team — but I can play as well.
"I am in Britain for a few more days. If Alex Ferguson wants to give me a call he knows where I am."
Usain Bolt became friends with Sir Alex Ferguson when he visited Manchester United in 2009 after taking part in a 150m sprint through the city streets.
The sprinter recently spoke of his amazement at the "silly" rules laid out to him before his 100m win.