Marcus Rashford, the star forward of Manchester United, was involved in a car crash on Saturday evening following the Premier League game against Burnley. Fortunately, the player did not suffer any injuries from the incident; however, his luxurious white Rolls Royce was damaged.
Rashford played the full 90 minutes of the game against Burnley, with the Red Devils winning by a single-goal margin. However, following the game, the striker was involved in an accident at Carrington Spur. Incidentally, he has now purchased a Mercedes Maybach van for his commute.
Maybach Van becomes Rashford’s new training companion
The England international possesses several high-end, expensive cars in his collection, and he ranks among the highest-paid players at Old Trafford. Following his car accident, the 25-year-old has now added a new van to his collection.
He recently indulged in a lavish acquisition of a custom-made vehicle to transport him to the Carrington training ground, following the accident involving his £700,000 white Rolls-Royce Wraith.
Rashford has acquired a Mercedes Maybach van for his daily training commute, complete with a driver who transports him to and from Carrington. Reports suggest that the van has been customized to Rashford’s preferences.
Additionally, it has been reported that his new Mercedes is equipped with a 40-inch TV, a PlayStation, USB charging ports, a wireless iPhone charging station, and a ceiling that mimics a galaxy, featuring hundreds of twinkling stars.
Marcus Rashford’s car smashed after Burnley game
Eric Ten Hag‘s side traveled to Turf Moor for the Premier League matchday 6 to take on Burnley, who are managed by Vincent Kompany. following a spree of losses, United was determined to secure all three points in the match.
Man United secured a 1-0 victory in the game, with the only goal of the match being scored through an assist by Bruno Fernandes. The assist was provided by Jonny Evans, who started his first game for the Red Devils since 2015.
After the victory, the players were transported back to the training ground by the team bus to collect their own cars before heading home. Rashford was seen leaving later in the evening in his £700,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith, which was involved in the subsequent crash.
Rashford posted on Instagram on Sunday afternoon, saying, “I’m alright, guys. Thanks for the messages,” confirming that he was safe and unharmed.
Local police quickly arrived at the scene, and club captain Bruno Fernandes was also present. Fortunately, the striker was unharmed, but his car had incurred some damage.
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