Memphis Depay is desperate to play for PSV Eindhoven one last time before joining Manchester United, but the club are unsure whether to risk the player suffering an injury that could put his move in jeopardy.
Last week United announced Depay, 21, will join the club at the end of the season, subject to a medical.
PSV have already claimed the Dutch title, their first Eredivise triumph in seven years, and will conclude their season away to ADO Den Haag on 17 May 2015.
With Den Haag's top flight status secure there is nothing riding on Sunday's game, but the artificial turf at the club's Kyocera Stadium has prompted suggestions PSV will not use Depay amid concerns of him suffering injury.
Depay himself has expressed his desire to play, but PSV boss Philipp Cocu says the club are yet to make a decision on the matter.
"It would only create a different situation if the player himself would indicate that he'd rather not play, and that has not happened. Depay wants to play, we will see if that will happen," Cocu told a press conference on Friday, Voetbal Primeur report.
Netherlands international Depay was mobbed by supporters as he completed his last training session at PSV's facilities on Friday morning.
The free-scoring winger is expected to travel to Manchester to complete his medical in early June and is relishing the prospect of linking up with Louis van Gaal again.
"[Van Gaal] is different. His performance on the training ground is different from other trainers," Depay said. "After the World Cup he told me to stay hungry and I told myself to stay hungry.
"When I made the decision to stay I wanted to be champion and top scorer. I set those goals and I hope to achieve them. It will be great to have an opportunity to train with him and work with him. Of course I am looking forward."