The players all checked into the Lowry Hotel the night before the game and deadline day signing Cavani was part of the group after missing the trip to Paris.
Mason Greenwood and Harry Maguire were both absent from the win over PSG but checked in with the rest of the squad at the Lowry on Friday evening.
Solskjaer has expected the trio to all been involved and they have been passed fit to play some part against Chelsea – who themselves have a virtually fully fit squad to choose from ahead of the clash.
‘I hope and expect all three of them to be available for selection,’ the Norwegian said earlier in the day.
‘Edinson needs to tick all the boxes that he’s gone through in his programme to be ready and make an impact. I’ll have a discussion with him today, as well as with Mason and Harry.’
Clearly Cavani, Maguire and Greenwood ticked all the relevant boxes and, with Anthony Martial still suspended, the Uruguayan could even start against Chelsea on Saturday.
Meanwhile Marcus Rashford, who has been busy galvanising local businesses to help end child food poverty and even volunteered at a Manchester food bank alongside his mother earlier in the day, got back to his day job and linked up with the rest of his United teammates.
United players spotted at the Lowry: David de Gea, Dean Henderson, Nathan Bishop, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Axel Tuanzebe, Luke Shaw, Donny van de Beek, Nemanja Matic, Scott McTominay, Fred, Paul Pogba, Juan Mata, Bruno Fernandes, Daniel James, Mason Greenwood, Edinson Cavani, Marcus Rashford, Odion Ighalo.
According to the Manchester Evening News, Alex Telles did not arrive with the other players as he has been staying at the hotel since his move and will be part of the squad.