Solskjaer focused ahead of PSG despite the Parisians' injury crisis
- The League 1 giants are missing a host of key players ahead of the Champions League clash at Old Trafford on Tuesday.
- Marco Verratti, Neymar, Edinson Cavani and Thomas Meunier have not traveled to Manchester.
- However, the Norwegian wants United to keep focused against 'winners' PSG.
Speaking to the media at Old Trafford ahead of United's Champions League clash with Ligue 1 champions, Solskjaer reflected on the PSG's injury crisis.
The 45-year-old said: "Of course any team which are missing players like Meunier or Cavani are feeling the affect, but it will give their other players a chance.
"It makes it more unpredictable for us, this time around we are guessing a bit how they are going to come."
Solskjaer has refuted suggestions that the PSG clash is the reason he's taken the Old Trafford job in the first place. Nevertheless, the caretaker manager is excited ahead of Tuesday's Champions League showdown.
The Norwegian continued: "I would have said yes to the job if we didn't play PSG or in Champions League when United ring you take the chance and you think you can help them. Of course its fantastic game to look forward to, a test for our whole team."
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Solskjaer is by no means expecting on easy game on Tuesday. The Norwegian is adamant that PSG have the squad to compete at Old Trafford: "They have some of the world's best players, one of the best goalkeeper legends in Buffon, Thiago Silva, Mbappe, Neymar. That tells you everything about how they have progressed. They are used to winning."