sport news Mo Farah insures his legs for £7m over Soccer Aid bad tackle fears

Mo Farah insures his legs for £7m over fears bad tackle while playing in Soccer Aid for Unicef charity match could wreck his Tokyo Olympic bid Farah is set to line up for the England team in Sunday night's Soccer Aid match The four-time Olympic gold medallist is in training for Tokyo Olympic next year And 36-year-old runner fears a bad tackle could cause a disruptive injury Farah has insured his legs for £7million ahead of the game at Stamford Bridge 

By Adam Shergold for MailOnline

Published: 09:20 BST, 16 June 2019 | Updated: 09:20 BST, 16 June 2019

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Olympic runner Sir Mo Farah has reportedly insured his legs for £7million' over fears he could be on the receiving end of a horror tackle in Sunday's Soccer Aid for Unicef match.

The four-time Olympic gold medallist, who is hoping to add to his collection at the Tokyo 2020 Games, worries his training will be disrupted if he suffers an injury in the charity football match.

According to The Sun, the 36-year-old gave television bosses at Endemol a headache when insurers initially refused to cover him.

Olympic hero Sir Mo Farah has insured his legs for £7m ahead of Sunday's Soccer Aid match

Olympic hero Sir Mo Farah has

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