Manchester United confirmed that goalkeeper Sergio Romero was involved in a car accident near Carrington’s training ground.
The club claims that the goalkeeper has suffered no injuries.
Pictures after the accident show that Romero’s £ 170,000 Lamborghini broke down and under the road barrier, facing the trees.
Romero, 32, was United’s reserve goalkeeper in the Premier League this season against David de Gea and has not yet been included in the top flight.
But he played in four United League games in the Europa League, plus three times in the League Cup and in each of the England Cup third round clashes against the Wolves.
Romero was on the bench for United, as they were beaten 2-0 by fierce rivals and fugitives in the Premier League Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday.
He joined the club in the summer of 2015 with a free transfer from Sampdoria, signing a three-year contract at Old Trafford.
Romero started his first campaign at United with three Premier League goal-free games between David de Gea’s trip to Real Madrid.
But when the Spaniard failed to leave the club, he recovered as United’s number 1.
Romero played a key role in Manchester United’s triumph in the Europa League in 2017 under Jose Mourinho, maintaining his place as the club’s first choice goalkeeper throughout the competition.
He kept a clean goal in the final against Ajax while United ran out of 2-0 winners.