And according to his agent, he is already looking for offers as he prepares to retire from athletics at the World Championships in London.
The 25-year-old South African last year bettered Michael Johnson's 400m world record as he won Olympic gold in 43.03 seconds.
There is no question that the sprint king is ready to embrace retirement.
When asked about losing his world records, he told a media conference in London: "I hope not!"
"The seven people who are going to be in that race with me, they're the biggest challengers", he said.
"It is about who can keep their nerves". I know it's a bit insane.
This time, though, there is a cloud of vulnerability.
"He is the best sprinter of all time", said Coe, who is president of the sport's world governing body the IAAF.
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On Tuesday evening, Bolt once again singled out Van Niekerk as one of the athletes to become the new poster child of the sport. Thierry Henry, Virat Kohli, Cara Delvigne, Asafa Powell and Samuel L. Jackson were just some of the names to pass on their well wishes.
"I promise I won't be there", he said as Bolt chuckled.
Simms further asserted that while he would begin training at Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund, the future could see him at one of many clubs that have already registered their interest.
On Tuesday, he talked tales of watching cricket as a child with his father - getting up in the middle of the night to watch the West Indies tour overseas - and why his proudest memory remained winning his first race (before he became a professional) in front of his home crowd in Jamaica because he proved to himself that he could do it.
Yet his preparations were hit when close pal and British high jumper Germaine Mason was killed in a motorbike accident in April following a night out with Bolt in Jamaica and Bolt wants to bow out winning for his friend.
"You can't be happy about doping at all, it's not good for the sport".
"Hopefully athletes will see what's going on and what they need to do to help the sport move forward", he said.
Then, other than the relay a week later, he will be gone, leaving the sport without the man who has been its focal point for a decade.
"Anyone who decides when they need to walk away from anything they do is a great feeling", Bolt said. That means you are satisfied with what you have done throughout the years and you feel accomplished.