As the Premier League resumes on June 17, Ole Gunnar is keenly figuring out how to balance his squad that has a host of players fit for the action with limited space though.
Marcus Rashford is fully back to training, Anthony Martial is fit as ever, Odion Ighalo’s loan extension sounded well for Solskjaer. Bur how will he balance them?
But then, The toughest puzzle is the midfield, filled with Bruno Fernandes, Paul Pogba, Scott McTominay, Fred, Jesse Lingard, not to forget Nemanja Matic.
How will the former United football club player balance this delicate situation?
Solskjaer now seems to have a solution. In an attempt to get him working with Fernandes, who has a similar profile to him, he is going to move Pogba into attacking midfield.
The 27-year-old played behind the striker as a No 10 during an intra-squad friendly at Old Trafford last weekend. The Frenchman will, therefore, have the freedom to do whatever he likes when the Red Devils attack.
While he is still working on his fitness, having not played since Boxing Day, Solskjaer is said to have been impressed with Pogba in that role.