Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany is in the middle of an insurance probe, it has been revealed.

The Daily Mail reports Kompany's limousine company faces police prosecution after being accused of ferrying Manchester City's £300million squad around without insurance.

The Manchester City skipper owns 300 of the 900 shares in Elite Limousines VIP Protection Services, a firm who chauffeur players and officials around town.

They signed an enormous contract with disgraced City chief executive Garry Cook during his time in charge of day-to-day operations but are accused by Greater Manchester Police of failing to have their cars appropriately insured.

Mohammed Fayaz Hussain, one of Elite's co-owners, will appear before Manchester Magistrates' Court on December 20.