Manchester United's injury crisis deepened yesterday after Romelu Lukaku was ruled out of their FA Cup quarter-final against Wolverhampton Wanderers tomorrow evening because of an injury to his right ankle.
However, Manchester United have made excellent progress in the cup competitions after the Red Devils were 3-1 winners against Paris Saint-Germain at Parc des Princes last week.
Solskjaer has not completely ruled out the possibility of Romelu Lukaku playing at Wolves although it's understood the Belgium striker is unlikely to feature due to a foot injury.
Ashley Young is suspended after picking up two bookings in the FA Cup and Alexis Sanchez is also sidelined, but Solskjaer said there is a chance Ander Herrera and Jesse Lingard - who sat down for an interview with ESPN this week - could make their comebacks after recovering from hamstring injuries. "We've got a decision to make [on Saturday] on who's match fit".
"Phil Jones is back", Solskjaer said.
Alexis Sanchez is not expected to return to action until at least United's trip to Everton on April 24, but the forward will return from Barcelona this weekend after receiving treatment on his knee injury. 'He's not been on grass yet, he's been seeing his people in Barcelona and he's still a few weeks away.
Sanchez has scored just five goals in 41 games since joining United from Arsenal.
The Red Devils have been in impressive form under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer since the Norwegian head coach took over the reins from Jose Mourinho in December.
"Sometimes you can say that was a bad performance but we won, then you are happy".