Bruno Fernandes, Manchester United midfielder, was involved in a car accident on Easter Monday but averted major damage.
The incident involving his Porsche near the club’s Carrington training camp left the Portuguese midfielder unharmed, and he is set to exercise as usual today. The other persons involved in the crash are likewise believed to be unharmed.
The vehicle, valued at £90,000, was damaged on the driver’s side, with two automobiles visibly battered down a tight route, according to photos from the scene.
Emergency services were observed at the crash location.
In his pre-match press conference this afternoon, United interim manager Ralf Rangnick is expected to deliver an update on the player’s condition.
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