Arsenal star Ainsley Maitland-Niles has survived a horror crash that saw a car flip over on its side on the motorway.
The England international walked away after a car collided with another vehicle on the M25 near Enfield, north London between Junctions 24 and 25.
The incident occurred at 6am on Wednesday morning after a Mercedes G-Class toppled over onto its side.
Fortunately, the 23-year-old left the scene without any serious injuries – though was contacted by an Arsenal doctor.
Arsenal confirmed that their player was involved, saying: “All we know having spoken to him is he was involved in an accident, he’s unhurt and he’s at home.”
Police have been investigating the scene and have stated that there have been no injuries.
A Met Police spokesperson said: “Police were called at approximately 06:10hrs on Wednesday, 30 June to reports of two cars in collision on the M25 anticlockwise carriageway at junction 25.
“Officers and London Ambulance Service attended.
“No reports of any injuries. Enquiries into the circumstances are ongoing.”
Maitland-Niles spent the latter half of the season on loan to West Brom where he made a big impression.
However, he could not save the Baggies from relegation under Sam Allardyce in his 12 appearances for the club.
The youngster left his boyhood club in January in a late bid to convince Gareth Southgate of his England credentials ahead of the Euros this summer.
His future remains up in the air after telling Mikel Arteta he wanted a more central role in the squad.
Several Premier League clubs are interested in Maitland-Niles as Arsenal look to bolster their own cash supplies to fund moves for Ben White, Houssem Aouar and Renato Sanches.
“If I was to get a phone call from someone at Arsenal and they said they’d like a meeting tomorrow, then it would be easier that way,” Maitland-Niles told the Telegraph.
“They can tell me whether they’ve got plans to play me in the future or if they want to sell me. I’ve heard they want to make some space [in the squad] and some money so I’m not sure.”
He added: “I want a decision. I want some clarity. And then hopefully I can get to work with whoever I need to get to work with.
“Whether that is finding a new club or whether that is carrying on with my training.
“I would like some kind of indication of what is happening. Where they [Arsenal] see me. If it works out it works out, if it doesn’t then kiss Arsenal goodbye.
“It’s been a long journey but a proud one at that.”