Manchester United defender Chris Smalling was spotted leaving a bar at 3.15am in the early hours of Saturday morning signing the club's famous "we'll do what we want" terrace anthem, according to the Manchester Evening News.
Smalling is currently sidelined with a hamstring injury and missed United's 2-0 win over West Ham United last weekend, taking the opportunity to catch up with friends in Manchester's Spinningfield district with time on his hands.
Local sources told the MEN that the 24-year-old was in jovial mood as he left a bar with his brother and a group of friends last weekend, running down a taxi while signing "we're Man United, we'll do what we want" on his way home.
The England international is expected to be on the sidelines for around a month with the hamstring strain, suffered against Liverpool eight days ago, but showed no ill effects of that injury niggle during a skip down the road with his mates after a night out.
United chiefs are not expected to take any action against Smalling for his late-night antics, with the centre-back not breaking any rules in terms first-team obligations by joining his friends for a drink on Friday night.
Red Devils fans will now hope the defender turns his attention to working hard on a swift return to action after a break from the stresses and strains of Premier League action, particularly with a Champions League quarter-final against Bayern Munich next month looming large.
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