Aaron Wan-Bissaka on which Man Utd stars have been looking after Bruno Fernandes

Manchester United's big money January signing Bruno Fernandes has been helped to settle in at Old Trafford by the club's contingent of Spanish speaking players, according to Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

Fernandes looked bright on his United debut in a goalless draw with Wolves and has now had the winter break to settle in and begin building a rapport with his team-mates.

The £54m signing is set to make his second Red Devils appearance at Chelsea on Monday night as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side return to Premier League action.

And Wan-Bissaka revealed that the likes of David De Gea and Juan Mata have been ensuring that Fernandes feels at home in his new surroundings.

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"I think he (Fernandes) has settled in right,” Wan-Bissaka told the official United website.

“He’s got a few of the Spanish players looking after him and we’re just looking forward to what he brings to the team.”

Fernandes also has a fellow Portuguese at the club in Diogo Dalot.

Andreas Perreira, despite being born in Belgium speaks fluent Portuguese, as does fellow Brazil international Fred.

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Earlier this week, the former Sporting Lisbon playmaker wowed United fans on social media at their Malaga training base with a display of his finely-tuned free-kick taking abilities.

United posted a video on their Twitter account with an accompanying caption that said: "We can't take our eyes off this."

While Solskjaer has not spelt out who will take over set piece duties in the absence of Marcus Rashford, Fernandes has certainly stated his case.

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"He has got loads of attributes that we are going to get used to," said Solskjaer recently.

"We will get used to him and he will get used to us. His passing range, his deliveries, his movements, I am just pleased to see him here enjoying himself."

United travel to Stamford Bridge aiming to halve the six-point gap to Chelsea, who currently occupy the fourth Champions League berth.

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