David De Gea is wary of Chelsea's Spanish contingent ahead of Manchester United's visit to Stamford Bridge.
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has said that he will be wary of his Spanish compatriots when his side face Chelsea this afternoon.
Chelsea have Juan Mata and Fernando Torres in their ranks and De Gea is aware of the threat they could provide.
"Mata is a player I know very well from the Spanish youth teams," De Gea told MUTV. "He has amazing quality and he transforms the way Chelsea play and links well with the strikers.
"Torres has suffered a blip, but this is normal. He will be a threat on Sunday and we will have to keep an eye on him."
Manchester United travel to Stamford Bridge for today's late kickoff.
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