Bruno Fernandes is expected to be available for Manchester United's Premier League clash with Liverpool despite being involved in a car crash on Monday, sources have told ESPN.
Fernandes is scheduled to train as normal after being involved in a collision close to United's Carrington training base on Monday morning.
Sources told ESPN that no one was seriously hurt in the incident involving another vehicle in a residential part of Dunham, Cheshire. The 27-year-old was able to walk away unhurt.
Ralf Rangnick's side take on Liverpool at Anfield on Tuesday and asked about the incident in his prematch news conference, the German said: "He's training with the team. Obviously the accident happened on the way to Carrington but as far as I know nobody was injured.
"He trained with the team, he was OK and will be OK for tomorrow."
The Liverpool clash is the start of a crucial three-game run for United, who play Arsenal on Saturday before a home game against Chelsea on April 28.
Fernandes played 90 minutes in the 3-2 win over Norwich City at Old Trafford on Saturday.