Speaking on the Champions League quarter-final draw, Solskjaer admitted that their opponent would be tough.
Manchester United have already overcome Arsenal and Chelsea FC at The Emirates and the Stamford Bridge in the FA Cup this season. "He's being assessed. Hopefully he'll get through today", Solskjaer told a news conference on Friday.
"I can't really comment on Gareth Bale or specific players because they're property of other clubs but we should look for quality players, definitely, and players who could improve us as a team", Solskjaer said.
"There are so many players out..."
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"It's not easy - I don't know if it's easy either - when you're in the media or when you're a supporter, you can think short-term". "Obviously we've got a decision to make as to who is match fit". "In United, we're up against one of the most in-form teams in Europe, so it's exciting".
Midfield: Nemanja Matic made a successful return from injury during Man Utd's league defeat at Arsenal last weekend so he should retain his place in the holding role while Paul Pogba is expected to once again start in the middle of the park.
United were paired with Barcelona in Friday's Champions League quarter-final draw, and Solskjaer believes that the previous round's away-goals win over Paris Saint-Germain showcased numerous qualities United will need to progress to the last four of the competition.
"I remember thinking the Old Trafford atmosphere at the time wasn't as loud or boisterous as I'd expected", he said. "You've got to ask him".
"The confidence in the players, it's sky high". They've been training better this week.