Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandez has been involved in a grisly road accident. The Portuguese Star was on his way to Carrington training ground ahead of Liverpool clash when the horror clash occured. However, the player reportedly escaped safe without any injuries despite the front of the car smashed.
Bruno Fernandez who has been a vital player since his arrival at Old Trafford in January 2020 evaded the scenario unhurt. Viral pictures of the car crash that have since circulated on social media shows the car, Porsche, crashed on the sides and front. The car was left crumpled on one of its sides. The second car which was also involved in the accident was crashed on the side of driver's seat.
However, Bruno managed to continue with his journey using another car to the Carrington training ground where he joined his fellow players. Manchester United are set to face Liverpool on Tuesday night for the second leg of the Premier League campaign with both teams looking to grab the three points. It is still unsure whether the player will be fit to play against Liverpool with Rangnick set to address the press later in the day ahead of the big game.
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