Romero arrives at Man Utd training ground in tiny Fiat after wrecking Lamborghini before Tranmere clash in FA Cup



Posted Monday, January 27, 2020 by Thesun.co.uk

SERGIO ROMERO drove his Fiat 500 to the Manchester United training ground after smashing his Lamborghini earlier in the week.

The Red Devils take on Tranmere in the FA Cup on Sunday afternoon.

Romero arrives at Man Utd training ground in tiny Fiat after wrecking Lamborghini before Tranmere clash in FA Cup
Sergio Romero was spotted driving into the training ground in his Fiat 500Credit: Zenpix

Romero arrives at Man Utd training ground in tiny Fiat after wrecking Lamborghini before Tranmere clash in FA Cup
The Manchester United stopper crashed his Lamborghini on Monday but escaped unhurtCredit: Zenpix

So they rendezvoused at Carrington in the morning before making the 40-mile journey to the Wirral.

And Romero, 32, brought back the mini Fiat.

He was involved in a horror car crash on Monday morning, sending his white Lambo through a crash barrier and into some trees on the A6144.

The United stopper was not injured and has been able to partake in training throughout the week.

Romero was spotted climbing his 6ft 3ins frame into a Fiat 500 Abarth in August 2016 and has been known to drive to training in the same car.

After smashing the Lamborghini, Romero headed to Carrington in a white Audi before opting for the Fiat on Sunday.

Daniel James was spotted arriving at the training ground alongside his girlfriend Ria Kate Hughes.

Juan Mata, meanwhile, grabbed the only goal of the third-round tie with Wolves and was spotted heading in with his Aston Martin.

Jesse Lingard and Nemanja Matic were also snapped as they arrived ahead of the game at Prenton Park.

The pressure is mounting on Anthony Martial to deliver the goods in Marcus Rashford's absence with a stress fracture in his back.

He rocked up in his blacked-out Range Rover while the likes of Luke Shaw, David De Gea, Victor Lindelof and Diogo Dalot were also spotted.

There was no sign of Rashford, though, with the striker set to miss at least eight weeks through the injury.

He was chauffeured into Carrington earlier in the week but was able to drive himself to Carrington on Saturday as he begins his road to recovery and race to be fit for Euro 2020.



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