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Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes was involved in a car crash on Monday morning.
Press Association chief football writer Simon Peach has reported that Fernandes has avoided serious injury along with all other parties involved in the crash.
The Portugal international is expected to train as normal with United on Monday afternoon.
Images have emerged of the crash, which shows Fernandes' Porsche heavily damaged after colliding with a Volkswagen.
The midfielder can be seen pointing at his car with the emergency services at the scene.
The incident comes on the eve of United's crucial match against bitter rivals Liverpool at Anfield.
Ralf Rangnick's side head into the match just three points off the Champions League places after beating Norwich 3-2 on Saturday.
Bruno Fernandes was involved in a car crash this morning but thankfully it sounds like all parties avoided serious injuries. The #MUFC playmaker is set to train today— Simon Peach (@SimonPeach) April 18, 2022
Liverpool, meanwhile, are a point behind Premier League leaders City and will go top with a win over United.
Rangnick will be hoping to have Fernandes available for the match, with his midfield options currently limited.
Scott McTominay and Fred both missed the win over Norwich through injury.
It is not yet clear if either player will be fit for the trip to Merseyside.
Rangnick is set to face the media on Monday afternoon and is expected to give an update on Fernandes, as well as on Fred and McTominay.
Fernandes joined United from Sporting Lisbon in 2020 and has gone on to score 49 goals in 120 appearances in all competitions for the Red Devils.
The 27-year-old recently committed his long-term future to the club by signing a new four-year deal, with an option for a further year.
Featured Image Credit: PA Images & Twitter: talkSPORT
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