Marcus Rashford walked away shook up but unscathed after crashing his £700,000 Rolls Royce outside Manchester United’s Carrington training ground on Saturday night.
Following United’s 1-0 win away at Burnley, Erik ten Hag and his players took the team bus back to Carrington before heading home in their personal cars.
England international Rashford’s journey was soon brought to an abrupt halt, however, following an accidental collision with another car.
While there was significant damage to his car, Rashford, along with the other driver involved, managed to walk away unhurt and while police officers arrived on scene to manage the wreck site, no ambulance was required.
An eye-witness filming at the scene, who was being diverted a different route home by police as a result of Rashford’s crash, claimed Manchester United captain Bruno Fernandes was quick to check on his team-mate as he too was heading home from the training ground.
While Rashford has been left shaken up by the crash he avoided any injury and has not yet been ruled out of contention to feature in Tuesday’s Carabao Cup meeting with Crystal Palace.
The 25-year-old is an avid collector of luxury cars and recently added a third Rolls Royce – a £560,000 Cullinan Blue Shadow – to his growing stable of supercars.
Other cars in Rashford’s expensive collection include a £280,000 McLaren 765 Long Tail and a £350,000 Lamborghini Urus Performante.