After that its time for Sanchez to show what he can do, and he can't be happy with how it has worked out. There are still options if no move happens by that deadline as the respective windows in Spain, France and Germany will not close until 2 September.
Paul Ince has challenged Marcus Rashford to score between 20 and 25 goals for Manchester United this season.
However, Sanchez has scored just five goals in 45 appearances for the club after netting a four-and-a-half-year deal reportedly worth almost £500,000 a week.
Ole said: We've had a good week, good training week, a competitive week so hopefully we can have the same squad and people available unless something changes towards the end.
The Brazilian, who moved to Old Trafford for £52.4m from Shakhtar Donetsk past year, found himself ostracised by Jose Mourinho and only played sporadically under Solskjaer.
But we do not feel Solskjaer will risk playing him away from home which means the trio of Martial, Rashford and Jesse Lingard will start upfront with the Frenchman hopefully playing down the middle.
The Chilean media's coverage on Alexis Sanchez is always huge.
As United are desperately trying to find buyers for Sanchez, there has been minimal interest in the forward.
The 30-year-old scored 21 goals in 112 appearances for the Bianconeri, before joining Barcelona in 2011. AS Roma are the most recent side interested in taking Sanchez, but again the wages are the major stumbling block.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not included the Chile worldwide in his plans for the season ahead, paving the way for his departure. How the Chilean will take the news is the big question, as he might be hoping to prove his worth. His wages are the longlasting issue but a structured loan deal is being touted.
Overall, it remains to be seen if there is a future for Sanchez at Manchester United, as Old Trafford has become a "theatre of nightmares" for him.