Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjer heads to work bright and early ahead of Barcelona clash

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer heads to work bright and early as Manchester United boss gears up for Barcelona clash in Champions League

  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seemed in a happy mood as he waved to the camera 
  • Manchester United boss is gearing up for quarter-final against Barcelona
  • First leg is at Old Trafford and he will be desperate to take lead to Nou Camp 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer headed to work bright and early on Monday morning to start preparations for the visit of Barcelona in the Champions League

The Manchester United boss appeared to be in a positive mood, smiling and acknowledging the cameras as he pulled up to Carrington. 

Dressed in his club training gear, he offered a wave on a sunny morning in Manchester.  

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer pulled up to Carrington bright and early on Monday morning

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer pulled up to Carrington bright and early on Monday morning 

The Norwegian waved to the cameras and knows this is a huge week for the club

The Norwegian waved to the cameras and knows this is a huge week for the club

There are just two days remaining for Solskjaer and United to finalise their plans to stop Lionel Messi and Co on Wednesday night. 

He will have a better idea of how to combat the threat posed by Ernesto Valverde’s side having watched them beat Atletico Madrid on Saturday. 

The Catalan side struggled to break down a resilient Atletico after Diego Costa had been sent off. 

Solskjaer pulled up in his Volvo on a cool morning in Manchester before his players arrived

Solskjaer pulled up in his Volvo on a cool morning in Manchester before his players arrived

The United boss is bolstered by the knowledge of his scouting missed to Barcelona

The United boss is bolstered by the knowledge of his scouting missed to Barcelona

Eventually they moved 11 points clear at the summit of La Liga with late goals from Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi. 

And no doubt Solskjaer will discuss what he learned from his scouting mission with Mike Phelan and the rest of his staff.  

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