Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes has been involved in a car crash ahead of Tuesday’s Premier League game with Liverpool, according to reports.
The incident involving a Porsche is understood to have taken place on Monday morning, but it is currently unknown whether Fernandes was the driver or a passenger in the vehicle.
According to The Mirror, Fernandes and other passengers are not believed to have suffered any serious injuries in the crash, but Man United are yet to comment on the matter.
The report adds that the Portugal international is still expected to report for training at Carrington later on Monday and could therefore be available for the trip to Anfield.
Fernandes has scored nine goals and provided 14 assists in 40 appearances for the Red Devils in all tournaments this season, and Ralf Rangnick is set to give an update on the 27-year-old’s condition during Monday’s press conference.
The Red Devils can temporarily go level on points with fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur – albeit having played a game more – with victory at Anfield on Tuesday evening.