Photos spreading online shows Bruno Fernandez £97000 porches crushed on the driver's side. Bruno Fernandes was heading to Carrington for training when he was involved in the accident. According to the Manchester united manager, he said that the player did not get any major injury and he will still play tomorrow against Liverpool.
Bruno just extended his contract with manchester united and doubled his salary to £240000.
The player proceeded to training and was given a ride back home by Juan mats. The 27, Portugal player is expected to play a very crucial part in the tomorrow's Derby between Manchester United and Liverpool which in a long time has been involved in a very bad conflict since Manchester United lost all it's players back then and other England teams gave them players but for Liverpool didn't.
But it is cool for the player will still play despite the challenge, he cannot let it go since Manchester United are fighting for the top four to be in the champions league next season.
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