Cristiano Ronaldo wants to pay for damage caused by bodyguard crashing his Bugatti in Mallorca

It isbeing reported that Cristiano Ronaldo is willing to pay the owner of the house his Bugatti Veyron crashed into.



Cristiano Ronaldo has reportedly offered to pay for the damages caused when one of his bodyguards crashed into a property in Mallorca.

Driving his Bugatti Veyron, which has more than 1,000 horsepower, one of the Portuguese star’s bodyguards was involved in an accident in Sa Coma.



Now, The Sun are reporting that the Manchester United forward has offered to cover the costs. They have reported that the property’s owner paid a visit to Cristiano‘s own home, and the footballer has offered to pay for the damage caused.

It is also thought that Cristiano himself witnessed the accident.




As per Ultima Hora, the crash took place at around 11:00 AM in Calle Alzina, close to the Joan March Hospital.

Police sources and witnesses have said that the driver lost control of the car and sent it crashing into a Sa Coma property.




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Manchester United are still looking to bolster their squad this summer, and Frenkie de Jong is one of their main targets in the transfer window.



The Premier League club have been in talks with Barcelona and the player for some time in an effort to sign the midfielder, but so far those talks have not yielded the results either club are seeking. The English club have only slightly improved on their initial proposal.




Manchester United initially bid 60 million euros , with 20m more in variables. Barcelona want more than the fixed amount of 65 million euros that was discussed in the most recent contact between the two clubs.

Minimum sale price

To even consider an exit, Barcelona have set a minimum price of 75 million euros. The Catalans paid Ajax that much for the player in 2019.

Barcelona are sticking to this figure and have no plans to lower it. Manchester United, meanwhile, are attempting to negotiate for the best price because they are aware of Barcelona‘s financial situation.

But the Catalans are in no rush. They feel they are making progress with their wage bill issue, but the sale of the Dutchman would not necessarily mean that Robert Lewandowski would be brought in right away.




De Jong’s thoughts on a Barcelona exit

Barcelona are still waiting for Manchester United to meet the asking price that they have set for De Jong, and ven if the Catalans accepted the English club’s offer, they would still have to convince the player to move.

“I am at the biggest club in the world and I feel good here,” De Jong recently said.

De Jong’s future at Barcelona

Frenkie de Jong is aware of the speculation surrounding his departure. He’s always had the plan to stay at Barcelona.

He feels at ease in the city and at the club, though it would be difficult for him to stay if he saw that the Catalan club opened the doors for him to leave.



Erik ten Hag, who has already spoken to the player, is an important figure.

De Jong is familiar with him because he had his greatest years at Ajax under the coach’s orders.

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