When Manchester United face Arsenal on Sunday, young defender Cameron Borthwick-Jackson will be trying to stop Alexis Sanchez, but for now just getting a ride to practice is a big enough worry for the 19-year-old.
On Wednesday, the teenage-left back was pictured in the passenger seat of his mum’s Volvo, as they pulled into United’s Carrington training ground.
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson gets dropped off at training by his mum – like a boss. ???? pic.twitter.com/ONIcywl1xb
— Football__Tweet (@Football__Tweet) February 25, 2016
Borthwick-Jackson, who incidentally has the longest name of any player in the history of Manchester United to wear the jersey – has impressed amidst a huge injury crisis at Old Trafford.
If he continues to develop as expected he will soon be able to afford a slick pair of wheels of his own. Or perhaps he is tied to his mother’s apron strings…