Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is said to be saving Anthony Martial for United’s crucial Premier League clash with Arsenal this weekend.
Martial picked up an injury during United’s first leg defeat to PSG in the Champions League in February.
The Red Devils face a difficult task in overturning a two-goal deficit when they travel to Paris on Wednesday without as many as 10 players due to injury and suspension.
Martial is set to be among the long list of absentees with Solskjaer admitting after United’s win over Crystal Palace that he didn’t think the forward would be available.
“I don’t think we can risk it. He has not been training yet so I don’t think so,” Solskjaer said.
It is suggested the Frenchman could have featured in Paris on Wednesday but Solskjaer would rather have him fit for the game with Arsenal on Sunday.
United are locked in a battle for a spot in the top four and travel to the Emirates on Sunday in what appears to be a huge clash.
And it would seem the encounter has taken on a greater importance ahead of the PSG game which United are down by two goals.
United would be without the suspended Paul Pogba, while Nemanja Matic, Ander Herrera, Jesse Lingard and Juan Mata are still sidelined.
Alexis Sanchez is also out for around six weeks, joining Antonio Valencia, Matteo Darmian and Phil Jones on the sidelines.
PSG could see a return of Edinson Cavani into their squad for the clash but a start is unlikely for the striker.