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first_img1 Moussa Sissoko Napoli have registered an interest in signing Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko.The French midfielder has been linked with moves abroad in the past but has remained loyal to Newcastle despite their struggles in recent seasons.According to L’Equipe, Serie A leaders Napoli are the latest side to try and lure Sissoko away from St James’ Park but a move this month still appears unlikely.The report suggests Newcastle have put a £27m price tag on Sissoko’s head, while the player is also keen to remain in the Premier League as he tries to secure a place in France’s Euro 2016 squad.Napoli are now considering whether to stump up the cash for the 26-year-old this month or bide their time and wait for a better deal in the summer.last_img read more

first_imgInsurance companies face further wrath from motorists, after it was announced that ALL insurers are set to clamp down on young drivers getting insured under their parents’ policies. Young motorists are ultimately being forced off the road by attempting to get insured independently.So, the only alternative and affordable route to take if they want to get insured, is to take out an insurance policy with one of their parents as the named driver on the vehicle. However, it looks like that option will now be taken away by insurance companies.Getting a policy in their own name can cost a young person €5,000, but falls to less than €1,000 if they are a named driver on their mother’s or father’s policy.Broker Jonathan Hehir, of CoverInAClick.ie, said insurers were seeing a rise in cases whereby people were making claims on policies that are in the name of the parents, but where the child was the main driver.He told The Irish Independent, “It has become a problem for insurance companies, so they are all now going to start clamping down on it,” he said.Mr Hehir explained that insurers were now sharing more information and were better able to tell when the main driver did not have a policy in their own name.They were able to cross-check and see when a car is registered in the name of the son or daughter, but the insurance policy is in the name of the parent.Mr Hehir said insurers tended be sceptical when a parent had two insurance policies, on two cars, in their name.Insurers and brokers are also suspicious when parents who have not driven for a number of years take out cover again and add a named driver.“Where the cover is blatantly for the kids, there will be problems. If there is a claim and they discover fronting, then they won’t cover accidental damage on the car and won’t cover theft, but will cover third-party claims,” said Mr Hehir.Some insurers are making parents sign declarations to confirm that they are not “fronting” for a child.Anger as insurers set to cut down on young drivers using parent policies was last modified: September 27th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more