As well as the introduction of five times as many search lanes for United fans as normal at the Nou Camp following dialogue between United and the Manchester United Supporters' Trust (MUST), there will be an increased number of United staff as well as officials from the FA and Uefa on the ground. Solskjær's response to United's shortage of goals also suggested that he sees it as a personnel problem, and a costly one to fix.
"He's a Barcelona player", Solskjaer stated.
"But we have to defend well, and I don't mind if the goal comes in the 93rd minute. I expect them to be ready".
The 30-year-old Chilean forward, who scored 47 goals in 141 appearances for Barcelona from 2011-14, has been absent for six weeks due to a knee injury.
"Let's hope he can end the season great for us".
Manchester United take on the might of Barcelona in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-final trailing 1-0 from the opening tie at Old Trafford last week. "Let's hope Alexis when he's on the pitch can be happy and can feature in the business end of the season".
The United manager will return to the scene of his winning goal in the 1999 Champions League final against Bayern Munich.
Chelsea are in dire need of strengthening in the summer, given the Blues are aware that we will have to go through a period without signing players. "It is about taking a deep breath and taking those chances".
United also had too little of the possession to seriously damage Barcelona and Solskjaer acknowledged they can not afford that to happen again. That's a massive factor in a game of football. It will be the same tomorrow: if we can get the first goal, it would be so important. From then on, the [aggregate] draw will suit us. Or you look at Juan Mata when he scored the free-kick against Juventus.
'However, we would still encourage supporters to arrive earlier than you may usually do, given the numerous stories of problems accessing the stadium and several instances where Barcelona appear to have changed the agreed plans and access routes on the day.
"We have got the players". "But we have to use [crosses] better than last week". We put in many, many, many crosses but Gerard Piqué and Clement Lenglet defended really well so that might not be the way to break through. Sometimes it's a counterattack, sometimes it's a quick play. "[PSG] is not that long ago and we are one goal better off [now]".