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Before the collision, the striker had just driven out from United’s Carrington base in his $700,000 Rolls-Royce.
From Turf Moor, Rashford and his teammates had taken a team bus back.
Rashford’s severely dented car was visible on the side of the road in footage of the incident.
Only a few meters away, a pillar on a traffic island had fallen.
According to a source who spoke to The Sun, Rashford was rattled up but is otherwise unharmed.
Police flocked to Carrington Spur, but no one was taken into custody, and no ambulances were requested.
Bruno Fernandes, the captain of the star forward, saw the situation and quickly stopped to offer assistance.
Photos taken today in the region show barriers and traffic cones encircling a traffic island covered in trash.
With a magnificent Fernandes goal, Rashford and his Man Utd teammates had just defeated Burnley 1-0.
“One good result, one good performance, can be a game-changer at this club,” Rashford remarked prior to the match.
“I’m in a challenging situation and not as happy as I’d like to be, but there is only one way to regain this happiness: through working toward outcomes.
“We are aware of the positive impact a win can have on the team, and now it is up to the players to play consistently.
We lacked that, I suppose. We were pretty reliable at home last year, but quite inconsistent away.
Rashford owns three Rolls-Royces: the £700k Black Badge Wraith that was involved in the collision, a £390k Black Badge Cullinan, and a £560k Cullinan Blue Shadow that he just purchased.
Rashford also recently purchased a £350,000 Lamborghini Urus Performante and a £280,000 McLaren 765 Long Tail.
Rashford was one of two Manchester United players who reportedly declined the captaincy under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, according to a source.
This week, Solskjaer admitted he was “disappointed” when two players declined to wear the armband in a no-holds-barred interview.
He would not, however, name names.
A source has now revealed: “Paul Pogba was offered it but declined it because he wanted to leave the club.
“Rashford was also asked to take the captaincy but said he didn’t think he was ready for it.”