The young player is still in contention to begin the FA Cup semi-final on Sunday.
An image of him showing up for preparing has demonstrated the 18-year-old with a horrendous bruised eye endured in the draw against Southampton.
Williams slammed into Kyle Walker-Peters and bore the most exceedingly terrible of the injury, requiring various fastens over his eye to stop the dying.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had demonstrated in his pre-coordinate question and answer session that they'll screen whether Williams is having the option to see the ball appropriately when its coming to him before settling on a choice on whether he'll begin or not.
Luke Shaw is as of now precluded for the game, however the persevering warrior in Williams is resolved at highlighting in the vital game on Sunday.
A few fans have reacted to respond to the post and here are some collection of some interesting remarks:
This guy is one hell of a fighter, if he can drive I’m sure he can play, but they still have to make sure as we can’t take any risks, that black eye might also scare attackers.
Pls allow him to rest
U Know now simple touch will make him feel pain especially that area
Just use Dalot or Timothy.
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