Hull City player Ryan Mason suffered a fractured skull after a clash of heads with Gary Cahill during Chelsea’s 2-0 victory over Hull City on Sunday.
According to a report by Daily Express, Ryan Mason is now in stable condition after he was taken to a hospital in London due to the incident at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea captain John Terry, Gary Cahill and Chelsea’s assistant coach Steve Holland reportedly went to the hospital to check on Mason.
According to Standard Sport, the trio spent time with the parents of Mason as he was still in surgery during the time of their visit.
Hull City today revealed the 25-year-old has started speaking again.
Get well soon, Ryan Mason.