Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes was involved in a car crash on Monday morning, reports have said.
The 27-year-old was in a collision on the eve of United’s Premier League clash with rivals Liverpool, according to the PA news agency.
No parties involved are understood to have sustained serious injuries and the Portuguese international was able to train with the rest of Ralf Rangnick’s squad on Monday.
Later on Monday, interim manager Rangnick confirmed Fernandes will be available to take on Liverpool after Monday’s crash.
“Yes, he was training with the team,” he said. “Obviously the accident happened on the way to Carrington, but as far as I know nobody was injured.
“He trained with the team and he was OK. That’s why I think he will also be OK for tomorrow.”
Midfielder Fernandes has nine goals and six assists in his 30 league appearances for the Reds this season.
He most recently appeared in United’s hard fought 3-2 win over relegation threatened Norwich City on Saturday.