Manchester United will take on PSG in the Champions League Round of 16 this Tuesday.
And after the win over Fulham this weekend, the Red Devils will be hoping to take their winning run going in Europe too.
Solskjaer rested a number of first-team regulars at Craven Cottage but most of them are expected to return to the first XI on Tuesday.
But is centre-back Victor Lindelof suffering from an injury?
Lindelof was left out of the matchday squad vs Fulham and everyone thought the manager had rested him for the Man United vs PSG clash.
But speaking to Gary Neville during a Sky Sports interview byte, Solskjaer revealed that the defender has a bit of a problem.
The manager though was quick to add that it was a minor issue and hopefully Victor Lindelof would be fit to face PSG in the Champions League.
Victor Lindelof has been the standout performer during Solskjaer reign and while his partners have changed the Swede has remained a constant.
Solskjaer also added that Marcus Rashford did not start vs Fulham because the England international had a dead leg but unlike Victor Lindelof, Rashford did make it to the bench.
These injured do not look too serious and both of them should return back to the first XI when Man United welcome PSG at Old Trafford.
Phil Jones started at centre-back alongside Chris Smalling against Fulham and the England international is expected to partner Victor Lindelof in defence on Tuesday.
Romelu Lukaku will also drop back to the bench as he will make way for Marcus Rashford.