Marcus Rashford smashed his £700k Range Rover into a car

Marcus Rashford smashed his £700k Range Rover into a car driven by his 74-year-old grandmother, whom he ‘immediately verified was okay before trading details’ with.

Reportedly, Marcus Rashford collided with a car driven by a 74-year-old grandma, exchanging insurance information and making sure she was okay after crashing his £700,000 Range Rover into her vehicle.

Around midnight last Saturday, the football star collided with another vehicle, damaging both vehicles and knocking over a traffic light camera post near Manchester United’s Carrington training site.

The forward and the woman, who was supposedly coming from babysitting, were reportedly upset and subjected to on-the-spot breathalyzer testing after the incident.However, no one was taken into custody, and the female driver refused medical attention, so the police did not dispatch an ambulance. The ‘extremely sturdy’ vehicle Rashford was driving is credited with saving his life.

They were both extremely shaken, a witness told The Sun. Marcus asked whether she was okay and exchanged contact information with her right away.

‘The woman was on her way home from baby­sitting her grand­daughter,’ a second source said. She is always a cautious and meticulous driver, but in the rain, she becomes much more so.The airbags deployed as a result of the collision. She felt terribly unsettled and perplexed. The nаme Marcus Rashford was completely foreign to her because she is not a football enthusiast.

According to the Mirror’s third source, Marcus was saved by the modern vehicle’s durability.

He exited the vehicle without help and immediately checked on the other motorist to make sure she was okay.

After arriving at the site at 12:20 a.m., maintenance engineer Peter Laycock, 36, captured the aftermath of the incident on his phone.

He said that there were “loads of police” blocking the route and urging drivers to turn around due of the trаsh in the middle of the street.

Mr. Laycock claims that he overheard some passersby saying, “it’s Marcus Rashford’s car,” and that he observed people dressed in United gear.

Rashford’s rear bumper was pulled off camera while his hazards were flashing.

After United’s 1-0 win at Burnley on the road, a fan was caught speeding in a 40 mph zone on Carrington Spur, not far from the Aon training site.Another witness video at the scene said Manchester United captain Bruno Fernandes stopped to see whether Rashford was okay after the аccident since he was also returning home from the training field.

Although the incident left Rashford startled, he averted serious damage and is not officially out of Tuesday’s Carabao Cup match against Crystal Palace.

The 25-year-old is a serious vehicle collector, having just purchased his third Rolls Royce, a £560,000 Cullinan Blue Shadow.


Rashford also has a £350,000 Lamborghini Urus Performante and a £280,000 McLaren 765 Long Tail in his garage.