Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has given an update on the injury suffered by the club’s striker, Edinson Cavani.
Edinson Cavani is still recovering from his recent injury issues and will miss Sunday’s trip to the capital, although the boss is optimistic that the 34-year-old can be back for the cup game in M16.
Addressing a press conference ahead of United’s clash with West Ham United, Solskjaer stated that Cavani should resume training next week.
“Edinson hopefully will start training with us after the weekend,” Ole added. “Hopefully, maybe Monday.
“Maybe he’ll be involved on Wednesday because he had a fantastic season last season.
“The impact he made towards the end of it when he got his fitness… because he struggled early on with fitness, he struggled with niggles.
“We feel now to get the best out of Edinson this season we need him to have 100 per cent fit and not pushing. We’ve got a strong squad that will cope with having to let players heal and don’t risk any further injuries.
“I see Edinson having a massive impact because he’s that type of personality and a player. He’s a top professional and he can’t wait to get back on. He’s working really hard to get back on the pitch.”