And United have reacted by working in conjunction with their supporters as well as the Football Association and Uefa in an effort to ensure the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final passes off peacefully.
The same article states that Solskjaer is already working with the club's recruitment team to identify players that could improve his squad this summer.
"It would be great for them to do us a favour, but do I see it?" Barcelona at Nou Camp is a hard prospect, but the memory from that night will live with the players. "It was not that long ago and we are one goal better off [than we were then]".
"That's the $100 million question - who can score the goals", the manager, back at the stadium where he scored the 1999 Champions League final victor, said.
"[There will be] many emotions, it's a fantastic memory for me", he said of returning to the Camp Nou.
"I'll have my last little gut feeling on who to play".
Luke Shaw has travelled with his team-mates despite the full-back being suspended for the Nou Camp clash after being cautioned against the LaLiga champions last week.
They toiled last week at Old Trafford and Solskjaer knows someone will have to step up and make an impact.
"We know we can still be in this tie if we keep a clean sheet. Yes, they controlled the game towards the end, they had the possession but they never really bothered us in our own half", the Norwegian submitted. "I don't mind if it is in the 93rd minute". "To go through we have to perform and we have to deserve it. Belief is massive in football". "Let's hope Alexis, when he's on the pitch, he can be happy with his performance".
United need to score at least once at the Camp Nou, with Solskjær insisting that "if it's a game with a lot of goals in it we have a better chance of going through".
Although they warmed up for the game with a goalless draw away to Huesca, Ernesto Valverde rang in the changes for that game. "We have to deal with their qualities in possession and on the counter".
"At the moment, Paul's focus is on tomorrow night", Solskjaer stated.
"That memory from Paris will help the players know we can turn things around", said the United manager during his news conference.