Manchester United players have been consulted over the music to be played at Old Trafford during the games.
Club chiefs have been in consultation with the players, Solskjaer, fan groups, and the Premier League.
As they hope to create as much of an atmosphere in Old Trafford as possible for the Premier League restart with no fans being allowed.
Wraps will be placed around the lower tiers and some of the second tiers of Old Trafford.
Pictures of thousands of fans that the club has been collecting over the past week.
Fans were asked to send in their pictures to the club to be part of the mosaic which will be on the wraps along with messages of thanks to the NHS.
Pictures of fans celebrating will also be shown on the electronic boards which are around the side of the pitch at Old Trafford.
Clubs have been given permission to use creativity so each will have different aesthetics inside their stadium.
Tottenham, who United plays on Friday, is set to have images of fans celebrating on their huge screens.
That is something which is not an option at Old Trafford as they only have small scoreboards with no screens.
Cardboard cutouts of fans, which have been used in other countries, is something that has been banned.
Fans watching at home will have the option to listen to crowd noise on their television.
While that will not be pumped into the stadium, music will be played at different points of the game.
It is understood a final decision has yet to be made on what audio will be used at what points.
Plans are expected to carry on evolving up until United’s first home game of the restart, against Sheffield United next Wednesday.
But plans are well underway to ensure fans are represented inside the stadium of every club.
The club hopes that while they are not looking to replace fans inside the stadium.
Their pictures should be part of the wrap to give them the opportunity to feel apart of the restart while supporting the team from home.
The mosaic will be made up of pictures of season ticket holders, members and those who have never been able to attend a game at Old Trafford before.