Manchester United and Portuguese international Bruno Fernandes has been involved in a car accident.
The accident according to reports happened in the early hours of Monday.
The Portuguese and other parties involved in the incident are, however, reportedly safe and sound.
HausaToday understands that Fernandes is expected to join his teammates in training today ahead of United’s Premier League match against Liverpool on Tuesday night.
The Red Devils, however, have not made any comment regarding the midfielder’s accident as at the time this report was filed.
The accident, HausaToday learnt involved Fernandes Porsche near the club’s Carrington training base.
Pictures from the scene showed the vehicle – worth £90,000 – was damaged on the driver’s side, with two cars visibly battered down a narrow road.
The second car, a Volkswagen, appears to have careered into a fence, with the driver’s door hanging open. Debris was also scattered across the tarmac.
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In another news, Head Coach of Nigeria’s U20 Boys (Flying Eagles), Ladan Bosso has called up a total of 40 players for next month’s WAFU B U20 Championship taking place in Niamey, capital of Niger Republic.
The list has 4 goalkeepers, 12 midfielders, 17 midfielders and seven forwards.
Invited players have been advised to arrive in Abuja on Monday, 18th April with their international passports, according to Team Secretary.
Seven–time African champions, the Flying Eagles will play in Group B of the WAFU B Championship alongside Ghana and Burkina Faso, with the tournament scheduled for 7th – 20th May in Niamey.
Hosts Niger Republic, Cote d’Ivoire, Togo and Benin Republic will contend in Group A.
Only the two finalists will qualify from the WAFU B zone to participate in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations.