Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero was involved in a car accident on Monday morning, an incident that left his Lamborghini supercar written off.
Romero is unhurt following the accident, which happened near the club's Carrington training ground, and reported for training as usual, according to The Telegraph.
Immediately after the incident, images began to circulate on social media showing the 32-year-old's Lamborghini wedged under a roadside barrier, and another of the goalkeeper standing unharmed on the roadside.
The abovementioned report is supported by the Daily Mirror, who added that Romero's supercar was valued at £170 000 (R2.7 million) but is a write-off after the incident.
The Argentine, who previously played for the likes of Sampdoria, AS Monaco and AZ Alkmaar, currently serves as David de Gea's understudy at Old Trafford, and has made nine appearances across all competitions for United so far this season.
The cause of the accident is unknown at this stage.