Two men arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving following a fatal collision in north Manchester have been bailed.
Kulwant Singh, 32 and from Salford, and his Cheetham Hill-based sister Ravel-Kaur Singh, 37, died on Saturday night when a silver Mercedes collided with their red Nissan Micra.
Manchester City footballer Courtney Meppen-Walter, who was driving the Mercedes, and a second man, 19, who was driving a grey Volkswagen Golf were arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
Police were called to the scene at 10.15pm on Saturday following reports a silver Mercedes had been in a collision with a red Nissan Micra.
Kulwant Singh , who was driving, and his sister, in the passenger seat, had sustained fatal injuries.
Two teenage brothers, who were in the back of the Micra, aged 16 and 17, were taken to Salford Royal with serious head injuries.
One is said to be stable while the other is 'very poorly'.
Highly-rated Meppen-Walter, who was born in Bury, is yet to play for City's first team but was a regular for England Under 17s.
He is currently out of action with a knee injury. Officers have launched an appeal for witnesses.