Ole Gunnar Solskjaer does not expect Edinson Cavani to feature against any club yet as he continues his recovery from a muscle injury.
Edinson is a Uruguayan professional footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League club Manchester United and the Uruguay national team.
Edinson is going to remain sidelined for Manchester United’s trip to Bramall lane on Thursday.
The striker had to be replaced at half-time in United’s 3-1 win at West Ham earlier this month due to the issue and has not played since.
He missed the games against RB Leipzig and Manchester City, but did return to training last week.
An update on the player yesterday on United’s official website about Cavani’s recovery “appears to have progressed well”.
However Solskjaer dosen’t think that he will be able to feature on Thursday.
Solskjaer told reporters: “We have to be mindful of little strains and niggles and decisions have to be made from kick-off of Sheffield United to kick-off at Aston Villa, so it’s going to be very tight.
Cavani has done well in rehab, we still have to make the decision if we should risk him, it is a little risk to go too early, so I doubt he’ll be available to pick tomorrow, ” Solskjaer concluded.