The coronavirus crisis has gripped the nation, let alone sport with the football calendar being halted.
People have been told to work from home, avoid social gatherings and self-isolate if showing symptoms.
However, it remains to be seen what will become of the Premier League season.
The idea is that the campaign will resume from May and United want their stars fit and raring to go.
According to the Mirror, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has held meetings with coaches Michael Carrick and Kieran McKenna.
If the season will need to be finished, United will be looking to beat Chelsea to fourth place in the Premier League.
Solskjaer sent his players home last week from training with individual plans after the Carrington training complex was closed.
Though the Norwegian is looking to bring his squad back quickly to prepare them better than their rivals and training could resume on April 10.
Him and his coaches believe that a three-week period will give them ample time to return to match day fitness.
Premier League matches are likely to return in May behind closed doors but the ever-changing nature of the coronavirus crisis has made predicting anything tough.
Recently, Solskjaer insisted that he would understand if the season was cancelled due to the disease.
He said: “I would understand yes, under the circumstances.
“It’s up to the experts to decide and the main concern must be the health of the general public and the decision that will be made we’ll back.”
As it stands, United are three points behind fourth-placed Chelsea having gone 10 matches unbeaten in all competitions.