John Terry and Gary Cahill.
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Cahill and Terry visit Mason in hospital following midfielder's surgery on skull fracture
Antonio Conte has also wished the 25-year-old well.

GARY CAHILL, JOHN Terry and Chelsea coach Steve Holland visited Ryan Mason in hospital after the midfielder suffered a fractured skull during Hull City’s 2-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

Hull City have confirmed Mason is in a “stable condition” after suffering the injury in a collision with Cahill — a coming together which resulted in an eight-minute stoppage during the first half.

Medical staff provided treatment on the pitch before sending the former Tottenham midfielder to St Mary’s Hospital in London, with Hull releasing a statement today revealing Mason is now speaking after undergoing surgery.

The Chelsea trio have also visited Mason at the hospital, speaking with his family as the Hull star was receiving treatment from the neurosurgery unit following the game.

Antonio Conte has also wished the 25-year-old a speedy recovery on behalf of the Premier League leaders following the match, telling reporters: “First of all, everyone at Chelsea wants to wish [Mason] the best.

“It was a bad accident with Gary. After the first half, it wasn’t really good with Gary, but we decided to continue with him.”

John Terry posted on Instagram after the victory, congratulating his team-mates on the win and wishing Mason and his family well.

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