C Ardiff City could claim a negligent claim due to the catastrophic plane crash of Emiliano Sala, as the club has a financial loss of around 14 million pounds even after insurance payments. The Daily Telegraph may disclose. 19659002] Club leaders are increasingly concerned about the decision to fly their record mark on a single-engine plane built in 1984 over the English Channel, which was piloted by a part-time gas engineer.
Cardiff is now considering approval This position compares to a three-year contract bill estimated by bookkeepers at £ 30m, including a £ 2.5m agent fee. The accident insurance probably covers only half of the expected damage. A source payment from Cardiff to Nantes was frozen until the officials had identified the facts from the crash.
Last night the club said The Telegraph : "Cardiff has made his position very clear that he has nothing to do. When we examine the procedures and cause of the accident, we examine new information daily, and we are investigating the possible negligence that may have caused the accident. "
The flight was booked independently by Sala's agent and Mark McKay, a broker of the deal, and the rescue service believes that the plane will leave Nantes on Monday night after taking off The club is particularly thrilled with the owners of the US registered Piper PA-46-31