Ernesto Valverde started him against the 20-time English champions in their 1-0 victory in the first leg of the Champions League clash at Old Trafford.
Sanchez is also back in contention for a place in the squad after recovering from a serious knee injury that's kept the Chilean superstar on the sidelines since the win over Southampton at the start of March.
Solskjaer rested five players at the weekend in the unconvincing 2-1 success over West Ham United.
Matteo Darmian has also been included in the 22-man squad after injury but Ander Herrera and Eric Bailly are out.
The Catalan club shelled out £142million on the Brazilian, to make him the club's all-time most expensive player.
It may also be one that helps United seek a buyer for a player who, at nearly £500,000 a week, they are keen to offload but who has few suitors. We know that and I'm sure they do too'. "We can defend well, we are a fit team and I don't mind if it goes to the 93rd minute". "He's been injured, not had a fantastic season so far, and let's hope he can end the season great".
United's short-term target is to secure a Premier League top-four finish and qualification for the Champions League, but Solskjaer wants the club to compete for major honours next season.
Barca are unbeaten in 30 Champions League home games and were last knocked out of a European competition after winning the first leg in the 1984-85 season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side has been regularly reported as one of the possible destinations for the former Inter Milan man and Sport explain why the 27-year-old is an "impossible signing" for the Red Devils.
Asked if he felt Barcelona would be torn between playing their normal open game or trying to close the match up knowing that Manchester United will have to come out and attack them he said: 'We have scored a goal away from home but we can't sit on that.