Usenet Bolt will be up until the end of the month to decide whether to pursue a professional football career.
The Eighth-Time Olympic Sprint Champion rejected the offer from the Central Coast after a long trial with the A-League club.
Despite the failure to reach an agreement with seafarers, Bolt took on the club's latest A-League fight against Melbourne's victory on Sunday.
Subsequently, the Melbourne team recovered on the day after Keisuke Honda won the winner.
"I have many offers from many other clubs out there," Bolt told Omnisport.
"" We will make a decision by the end of November if I am ready to go to another club or call it to actually stop working. "
Like his time Mariner, Bolt is trained by the Norwegian team Stromsgodset and the German giants Borussia Dortmund in his quest to become a professional football player.
A 32-year-old man rejected Maltese club Valletta's offer shortly before his time with sailors.