Wolves have affirmed that striker Raul Jimenez endured a broke skull and has undergo an operation following his head conflict with David Luis against Arsenal on Sunday, November 29.
The Mexican striker was stretchered off after the head conflict with Arsenal safeguard David Luiz and was given oxygen after the inadvertent incident.
The clash of heads occurred early in the match and resulted in a lengthy delay of around 10 minutes as paramedics and medical staff saw to both players.
A London Ambulance Service representative stated: “We were called at 7:27pm today (29 November) to reports of an individual harmed at Emirates Stadium on Queensland Road, Holloway.
“We sent an emergency vehicle team, a serious paramedic, an occurrence reaction official and a doctor in vehicle to the scene. We additionally dispatched London’s Air Ambulance via vehicle.
“We treated a man at the scene and took him to a significant ER.”
The 29-year-old was taken to a London clinic, where he was cognizant and reacting to treatment.
In an articulation on Monday, Wolves stated: “Raul is open to following an activity the previous evening, which he went through in a London clinic.
“He has since seen his accomplice Daniela and is presently resting. He will stay under perception for a couple of days while he starts his recuperation.
“The club might want to thank the clinical staff at Arsenal, the NHS paramedics, emergency clinic staff and specialists who, through their expertise and early reaction, were of such assistance.
“The club ask that Raul and his family are presently managed the cost of a time of room and protection, before any further updates are given at the appropriate time.”