Cristiano Ronaldo won’t even be allowed in a Ford Fiesta, say insurers
Insurance firms ready to quote C-Ron unhappy
Cristiano Ronaldo could be off the road for a while despite walking away unhurt from his smashed up Ferrari yesterday. The AA – one of the country’s biggest car insurance brokers – claims it could not find a single insurer who would offer Ronaldo a policy yesterday.
A spokesman said: “We cannot find anybody who would touch him with a bargepole. The minimum age to get insured for that car would be 25 and then the best price we could find would be £44,000 but if the person had had an accident that would go up to around £100,000.”
Churchill car insurance revealed they would have reservations about taking C-Ron’s custom even if he downgraded to a Ford Fiesta 1.0. Asked by The Guardian if the hypothetical new motor would be acceptable, a spokesman said: “Possibly I suppose. But it would still be difficult because he is under 25 and wouldn’t have any no-claims so I really don’t think it is very likely.”