Manchester United are hopeful of having Aaron Wan-Bissaka available for the start of the new season despite the defender picking up an injury, sources have told ESPN.
Wan-Bissaka was passed fit to travel to United's preseason camp in St. Andrews, Scotland but has been given an individual training programme as a precaution with the new campaign less than two weeks away.
Despite the worry over Wan-Bissaka, who has featured in all three preseason fixtures so far this summer, Solskjaer has been boosted by the fitness of Luke Shaw.
Shaw has been given the go-ahead by medical staff to train fully, despite carrying a rib injury during England's run to the final of the European Championship.
Shaw and Harry Maguire both trained on Monday after being given a three-week holiday following England's defeat to Italy. Victor Lindelof, Anthony Martial, David De Gea and Phil Jones were all part of the group.
Jones has not featured in a competitive game for more than 18 months because of a knee injury.
Jadon Sancho, Edinson Cavani, Fred, Paul Pogba and Dean Henderson, who is recovering after testing positive for COVID-19, are among the players absent.
Diogo Dalot is part of the squad in Scotland and after a year spent on loan at AC Milan, the 22-year-old is targeting another season of regular first-team football.
"I think I was one of the only players in the [Milan] squad that was available for all the games during the season and for me that was a very good point as well of course the minutes and games I played, which were a lot," Dalot said.
"The goal for last season was to get minutes again, get my legs going, be fit and I had it. I want to keep playing, I want to keep giving everything I have and improve. I know last season was fantastic but I can do even more."