We don’t know which country you live in, and prices for parts and labour vary worldwide.
So all I can tell you is what you already know: those are parts of the steering assembly.
If you want to know the costs for the parts and their fitting then ask a few Ford main dealers local to wherever you live, and then also ask a few independent repair shops which you already trust and are local to you. Wherever you get the repair done, bear in mind that they might not have a courtesy car available so you may need to walk, get a taxi or use public transport after you drop the car off and when you return to collect it.
Depending upon the exact vehicle specification, fitting takes typically a couple of hours labour, so the workshop will probably want your car for at least half a day to allow them to feed the work through their workshop in line with other jobs.