McTominay has been out of action since Boxing Day after suffering a knee injury during the Red Devils’ 4-1 win over Newcastle.
Along with the absence of the mercurial Paul Pogba, the Scottish international’s injury woe has left United lacking options in the middle of the park.
However, it appears a return could be near, with Solskjaer telling MUTV: “Scotty has done better in his recovery than we thought, so we will take him with us.]
“Hopefully he can join in the training sessions and Axel as well, he’ll join in, so that’s two positives and it’s a good chance for them to use this time with the players.”
“Marcus and Paul are not ready yet to join in the training. Lee Grant unfortunately has had an injury, so he will require surgery, so he will be out for two or three months, so hopefully he’ll get back before the end of the season.”
Due to the coronavirus outbreak in China, the club have also decided that new signing Odion Ighalo will not make the trip to Spain because of the UK’s tightened border restrictions on travellers who have been in China recently.
“Odion will stay in Manchester, because he arrived from China in the last 14 days,” the Norwegian added.
“Because of the situation in China, we're not sure if he'd be allowed back into England if he leaves the country again, so he's staying here working with a personal coach, individual programme and his family then can settle in England as well. That's a plus.
“Of course he might have liked to have come with the players and got to know them, but the risk [of potential border restrictions tightening], we don’t want to take that.”