Hull City midfielder Ryan Mason has Tuesday immediately a point behind his career switch as a result of the fractured skull that he was a year ago, suffered in the away game against Chelsea.
Mason worked the last time full on a return, but leading neurologists do not deem it wise that the 26-year-old Englishman resume his football boots attracts.
Mason popped on 22 January 2017, during the first half of the competitieduel with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge hard with his head against that opponent Gary Cahill.
The playmaker was then minutes be dealt with on the field by stretcher from the field worn. A day later he was in the hospital having surgery.
Mason came in two years to twenty official appearances in the shirt of Hull City and made two goals.
The ‘Tigers’ took Mason in the summer of 2016 for a record sum of 15 million euros from Tottenham Hotspur.
Mason made his debut in 2009 as a youth player for the Spurs, but it was in the years that followed, several times, loaned out to a club at a lower level in England.
Mason came once for the national team on 31 march 2015 in the friendly confrontation against Italy (1-1).