The 45-year-old required surgery on open fractures to his lower right leg after the single-vehicle accident in February.
The two former world champions will face each other in Manchester on February 19.
Tiger Woods believes he can still play “one or two events a year”, but is resigned to never reaching the top of his sport again and is just happy to still have both legs. His admission will cause waves through the golf world, which must now accept it will not see the 15-time major winner in his pomp again.
Ralf Rangnick’s arrival at Manchester United is arguably the most radical managerial appointment the Premier League has seen