Pictures emerged on social media of Romero, the Argentina goalkeeper, standing by the side of the road next to his smashed Lamborghini, which allegedly prices £170,000.
The collision occurred as Romero drove to Manchester United’s Aon training complex in Carrington, with the car crushed underneath a wayside barrier.
Romero, 32, is known to have owned the vehicle since 2017.
The goalkeeper, who compete for racing Club, AZ, Sampdoria, and Monaco before joining Manchester United in 2015, is presently the Red Devils’ second-choice gloveman behind David de Gea.
He has created 9 appearances this season, however, all in cup competitions, and has not completed a Premier League game since the 2017/18 campaign.
Romero was an unused substitute as United lost to Liverpool on Sunday afternoon, and he ought to once more get on the bench for Wednesday’s home clash vs Burnley.
He could create his latest starting appearance this weekend once United return to fa Cup action with a visit to either Tranmere or Watford, who play their third-round replay on Thursday evening.