Ronaldo Bugatti Veyron: Man United star offers to pay for damages after his £1.7million car crashed into a property

Ronaldo Bugatti Veyron

Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo has offered to pay for damage to the home hit by his £1.7million Bugatti Veyron, according to The Sun.

The accident happened in Majorca on Monday where the Manchester United star, 37, is holidaying.

The bodyguard of Ronaldo is believed to have been driving the Bugatti Veyron when the accident occurred.

Ronaldo is believed to have seen the accident while with his family in a car following behind.

According to The Sun, the owner of the house which was damaged by the accident visited Ronaldo’s rented mansion and was promised to be compensated.

The dad-of five is believed to be renting a luxury villa near the scene of Monday morning’s accident on a minor road near Joan March Hospital in the municipality of Bunyola.

Ronaldo’s damaged Bugatti was later taken away on a tow-truck covered in a blue tarpaulin.

Spanish police confirmed on Monday afternoon they had no information to suggest Cristiano had been in the car at the time.

One well-placed source told The Sun: “The car smashed into a wall but there was only material damage with no-one injured and the driver accepted full responsibility for what happened.

“The information about who was behind the wheel and what occurred is registered on a police database and is there for a court or officers to access if any further investigations need to be conducted.

“But it is more a case of the information needing to be registered so the owner of the property that was damaged can put in a compensation claim and use the police report as a back-up in case there is any dispute down the line about how the damage was done.”

Another source told The Sun: “The accident happened on a minor road near Joan March Hospital.

“The car appears to have come off the road and has hit a wall which forms part of the protection to a house with a gas canister deposit behind it.

“An employee of Cristiano’s was apparently driving at the time and not the footballer himself.

“Cristiano was not at the scene when officers arrived and nor was the person who officers were told had been driving the car at the time of the accident.”

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