Martial has endured a difficult season at United, scoring just seven goals and providing five assists in 36 appearances.
His return is a worrying drop-off from the 17 goals he scored in 32 games last term, and Edinson Cavani has now seemingly replaced him as Solskjaer’s first-choice striker.
It can only be seen as a boost to have him back as an option, though, as United’s current attacking options are somewhat limited.
While Martial hasn’t featured since March after suffering an injury on international duty with France, James has only been absent for a few weeks.
He will also add another dimension to Solskjaer’s options, though, as his most important game in charge yet edges closer.