Jerome Boateng crashes expensive Mercedes Benz car, damages £22,000 worth motorway barrier

Jerome Boateng crashes expensive Mercedes Benz car, damages £22,000 worth motorway barrier

- Jerome Boateng was involved in an auto crash on his way back from the hospital

- Bayern Munich star went to pay his son a visit

- The 31-year-old did not sustain any injury but damaged a facility worth £22,000

Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng was involved in an auto crash which led to him damaging the motorway barrier valued around £22,000.

The Germany international was said to be returning from the hospital where he went to pay his son Jermar a visit as reported by German outlet Bild.

According to SunSport, the 31-year-old was not driving on top speed when the accident happened - with reports claiming encountered a change in weather before his car veered off the road.

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However, he came out untouched despite the damage to his expensive car as well as the facility on his way back home.

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The publication reports that the former Manchester City star was excused from his team's home workout session with the sole aim of visiting his son in the hospital.

Boateng has been with Bayern since 2011 but was linked with a move away from the Allianz Arena for the first time last summer. He has however made 24 appearances this season.

The Sun revealed that Premier League giants Arsenal tried luring back to England last August but some of the club's stakeholders told the manager Mikel Arteta to end his chase for the defender.

He told Sky Sports in January: "He’s playing at Bayern Munich where they’re getting 80 percent of the ball and they’ve probably got two [tough] games a season.

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"When you’re 31, 32, 33, I give you one assurance – you ain’t getting quicker. "This league is relentless, it’s ruthless, and it’s not the Bundesliga.

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"It’s not playing for Bayern Munich, it’s playing for Arsenal and you’ll be playing a lot more."

Legit.ng earlier reported that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has raised tension at the Emirates with his gestures when he was asked about his plan as regards signing a new contract at Arsenal, SunSport reports.

The Gabonese laughed off the idea on Instagram during a live chat with Kevin-Prince Boateng on Sunday, March 29.

With the 30-year-old having just one more year on his existing contract with the Gunners, there are uncertainties over his future with the club.

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