Bolt is hoping to crack the A-League after showing signs of improvement in a pre-season trial where he scored two goals, however it remains unclear if the Mariners will add him to their books.
"A champion is always welcome and at Valletta FC we believe nothing is impossible", the club's managing director and CEO Ghasston Slimen said.
According to news.com.au, any formal offer from the club would likely require "a contribution" from Football Federation Australia.
In a segment about Jamaican-born athlete Usain Bolt, Sunrise host David Koch managed to put his big ol' foot into his constantly talking mouth, saying: "Who said slavery was over?"
Should the Mariners sign Bolt, the FFA will consider ways to contribute off-field cash in the form of marketing arrangements and facilitating third-party sponsorships.
Having provided Usain Bolt a platform to showcase his worth and invested nearly two months of toil, Central Coast risk quickly losing sight of the world's fastest man and football's most famous trialist.
"And she said they told her I'm an elite athlete so I have to get tested".
Despite his heroics in a friendly last week, Central Coast Mariners are still undecided on whether to offer a contract to the Jamaican.
Valletta FC revealed exclusively to ESPN that they have offered a two-year deal for the former track superstar to "spearhead their charge to the Champions League", possibly debuting in mid-December.
Bolt made his first appearance for the Mariners on August 31 and then played an entire second half on September 19 against North Shore Mariners, where he alternated between left wing and forward position.
The eight-time Olympic sprint champion also has a number of personal sponsorships that could count against him.
"Usain Bolt will continue his indefinite training period with the Central Coast Mariners until any further notice".