Interim manager Ralph Rangnick has confirmed that Edinson Cavani will leave Manchester United this summer.
The Uruguay international makes his last appearance on Sunday as Man United play away to Crystal Palace.
With Cristiano Ronaldo and Marcus Rashford among those left out on the final day of the Premier League, Cavani secured approval to lead the line.
“It would be good to finish this season with a good game, with three points, and I’m sure the team sees it the same way,” Rangnick told MUTV before kick-off in south London.
“Of our starting lineup, there will be 10, with the exception of Eddie Cavani, who will continue to play for this club next season.
“I suppose they’d rather play in the Europa League than in the Conference League.”
A win would ensure United finish sixth in the standings, and thus qualify for the Europa League next season.