Jose Mourinho side Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has not suffered a serious injury despite being ruled out of Sunday's English Premier League game against Sunderland, with Jose Mourinho expecting him to return to play against Chelsea next weekend.
The Spain International last missed a Premier League match in August 2015 and his run of 63 consecutive top-flight starts came to an end as Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero took his place at the Stadium of Light.
However, The Portugese [Mourinho] does not expect his first-choice keeper to be out long term.
"David has a little problem," Mourinho explained to Sky Sports.
"Normally Sergio plays in the Europa League and the Europa League is next Thursday, so not bad for him at all to have a match before that.
"No [nothing serious for De Gea], I believe he will be ready for next week."
The former Atletico Madrid goalkeeper, has kept 11 clean sheets in 29 English Premier League outings this campaign.