The debate surrounding Dean Henderson and David De Gea is one that has been going on all season long.
De Gea has owned the number one spot for close to a decade, but the emergence of Dean Henderson has changed things.
It was Dean Henderson who kept in goal in the 2-1 victory over Brighton on Sunday, and Solskjaer was asked who will start in goal in the Europa League game on Thursday.
Solskjaer replied but failed to divulge much on his team sheet and declined saying who will start in goal for the game.
The United boss said: “I can’t disclose the team now, of course we’re not going to do that.
“But Marcus is travelling and we’ve just got to make a decision tomorrow if he starts or if he’s on the bench. I don’t think he’ll be a 90-minute man, so let’s see where it’s at tomorrow.
“And with the keepers, that’s the same. I’ve got two very, very good options and whoever plays will play well I’m sure.”