Man United's Fernandes in car crash but star escapes serious injury

PICTURED: Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes walks away uninjured after crashing his £90,000 Porsche a day before his side’s clash with Liverpool – with a second car landing in a garden a few miles from United’s Carrington training ground

Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes has escaped serious injury after being involved in a car crash this morning. 

Midfielder Fernandes, 27, is unhurt after an incident involving his Porsche near the club’s Carrington training base – and he is expected to train as usual today. 

It is also believed that the other parties in the collision are also unscathed.

Pictures have emerged from the scene showing the vehicle – worth £90,000 – damaged on the driver’s side, with two cars visibly battered down a narrow road.

The second car appears to have careered into a fence with the driver’s door hanging open. Debris was also scattered across the tarmac.  

United interim manager Ralf Rangnick will likely provide an update on the player’s condition in his pre-match press conference this afternoon. 

Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes has been involved in a car crash today

Fernandes’s crash comes just a day before his side face Liverpool in the Premier League 

Fernandes’ crash comes the day before his side play Liverpool in the Premier League.

He has been a crucial player for the club since joining from Sporting Lisbon in January 2020, having scored 49 goals in 120 total appearances.   

This season, he has netted nine goals and registered 14 assists in 40 games.

Fernandes played 90 minutes in United’s 3-2 win against Norwich at the weekend, and would be expected to start in the game at Anfield tomorrow.   

The midfielder has avoided serious injury and is expected to train as usual this afternoon

It was announced this month that he had signed a four-year contract extension at Old Trafford, which saw his wages double to around £240,000-a-week. 

United are currently fifth in the top-flight, three points off fourth-placed Tottenham.

More to follow. 


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