The Red Devils have an eight-day gap with any matches after they host Reading in the FA Cup on Saturday, and Solskjaer believes a mid-season warm-weather training camp is the ideal way to sort out a number of the squad's weaknesses.
"I think they're going to stay in the Premier League for sure because I found them really, really tough". The pair hasn't played as much as they would have liked this season but have shown glimpses of their quality since stepping up to the first team.
"I respect him and I would like to play against his team, but this is life, there has been a change and they are doing very well. You need to be at the top of your game and today we weren't".
The shadow of Ferguson has loomed large during the respective reigns of David Moyes, Louis van Gaal and Mourinho, but there is a more familiar look to those leading United at the moment, with Solskjaer joined by Mike Phelan, Michael Carrick and Mark Dempsey.
"I think the more games you play, you mentioned he's played almost 150 games now, I think having a manager who's been a striker, who's been in those positions can speak to you in a way I guess maybe others haven't been able to".
As the newspaper pointed out, United players would end up going back to their rooms under former boss José Mourinho.
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"Lukaku and Sanchez will start. It doesn't matter the manager during the week - they can win the matches".
"It is a team that has to be in the top four, that is very clear".
"The likelihood is this time round will be the last chance I get to go up and be at Old Trafford".
The Special One was sacked a week before Christmas and Solskjaer was placed in temporary charge, with United looking a different outfit already. "We never hit the heights that we can do but I felt we were in control, kept plugging away", he told Sky Sports. You've had a new manager come in and bring in his signings, another comes in, a couple more signings, a couple more go out.
"You don't always get the results and points you maybe deserve and it's about performances and playing the right way", said the 45-year-old.
Tahith Chong and Mason Greenwood are huge youth prospects from the academy and now would be the ideal time to hand them their first-team debuts.