De Gea clattered into the post attempting to save James Ward-Prowse’s stunning 33rd-minute free-kick at St Mary’s as the Red Devils came from behind to beat Southampton at the weekend.
Though De Gea managed to stay on the pitch for the remainder of the first half, he was replaced by Dean Henderson at the break and United’s medical staff have been assessing his fitness ahead of Wednesday’s Group H encounter with PSG.
Speaking at his pre-match press conference on Tuesday, Solskjaer revealed United’s number one had trained with the rest of his team-mates as normal and was in line to feature at Old Trafford.
Summer arrival Edinson Cavani could also play against his former club despite the ongoing investigation into his recent Instagram post which used a racial term.
‘David trained well today so he’s available for selection and Edinson is ready to play,’ Solskjaer said.
‘Of course it’s special for him to play against PSG, his old club, where he is the top scorer so that’ll affect him mentally.
‘But I think from knowing him that’ll give him energy and he’ll be ready.
‘He’s so professional, experienced and of course he’ll work on his mindset today and tomorrow to be ready for the game.
‘He’s learned a lesson and it might affect him but he’ll just have to put it to one side when the game is on.
‘The best players can put the problems or other thoughts away for a while and perform when they have to.’
Paul Pogba, Scott McTominay, Alex Telles and Anthony Martial were also doubts for the match but it appears all four are in contention to take on the Ligue 1 champions.
Solskjaer went on: ‘The players all want to be there.
‘The training group today was a massive one, it was a big one.
‘Everyone held their hand up and is available for selection.’
Solskjaer insisted United’s players had moved on from their dramatic comeback win at Southampton and were fully focussed on the task at hand versus PSG.
‘You lose the chance to win or lose the title in the first eight to 10 games if you don’t keep up with the pack but we don’t win it in those games,’ he added.
‘We’ve recuperated and we’re just behind the top teams at the moment, but we want to be there in April or May. Now is the time to improve and develop and if we can keep up there, then great.
‘Now our focus is on the Champions League and we want to win our group.
‘I feel my squad is ready to do better than last season. Last season we were the best of the rest so let’s see if we can move up the table.’