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  • Updated: January 10, 2023

Antony Replaces Crashed BMW With £337k Lamborghini

Antony Replaces Crashed BMW With £337k Lamborghini

Antony's Lamborghini

Manchester United Antony drove to training a £337k Lamborghini on Monday in replacement of his crashed BMW X6 on New Year's Eve.

The Brazilian winger who made a £82million move to Man Utd, is said to have crashed his BMW X6 into roadworks on the M56 near his home in Hale, Greater Manchester, while driving in 'wet' conditions.

Antony Buys Lamborghini

Antony was reportedly 'shaken up' - with police called to the scene where the winger 'passed a breathalyser test' before his car was recovered, but 'no one else was involved in the incident', according to reports.

A source said: 'It was dark and wet and he made an error of judgement.

Antony's BMW X6

'He was shook up but thankfully no one else was involved and he wasn't injured.'

The 22-year-old seems to have quite an impressive collection of cars as he drove into training in the Lamborghini instead.

He is looking to put the episode behind him after being forced to miss the 3-0 win over Bournemouth last week, before returning for boss Erik ten Hag in the 3-1 win over Everton in the FA Cup third round - where he scored the opening goal.

Speaking after the match, the Brazilian, who has scored four times in 15 appearances in a red shirt, revealed he had to deal with a 'really difficult moment' and claimed he 'had a shock.'

He said: 'I'm very grateful to God to put that behind me now, grateful to the club, to the players and to the manager. Everyone stayed by my side.

'It was a really, really difficult moment for me days ago. But God has been always on my side and I'm grateful also to my family. I dedicate this goal to them, it's in moments like these that you know who really loves you.'

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