Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero
escaped unhurt after crashing his Lamborghini on his way to training on
Monday, according to reports.
Romero, 32, was seen in images
posted on social media standing next to the car which was wedged
underneath a roadside crash barrier close to United’s Carrington
The Manchester Evening News cited a club source as saying Romero was involved in the crash but did not suffer any injuries.
Sky Sports reported the Argentina international was even able to take a normal part in training on Monday.
Romero signed for United in 2015, but has made just 53 appearances as he has largely been second choice behind David de Gea.
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Marcus Rashford has vowed to return for Manchester United “fitter than ever” as he recovers from a stress fracture of the back.
The 22-year-old striker faces at least six weeks on the sidelines, with United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirming the full extent of the injury after Sunday’s 2-0 Premier League defeat at Liverpool.
Liverpool still not interested in title talk – Robertson
Andy Robertson says Liverpool will not think about winning the Premier League title until it is mathematically certain, saying the players remain determined to stick to their game-by-game mentality.
Liverpool spent much of the last 30 years living in Manchester United’s shadow, but after three decades their time to be crowned champions of England again is nigh.
A 2-0 win over United at Anfield put the European champions 16 points clear at the top of the Premier League and 30 points