Chelsea legend Ray Wilkins is fighting for his life in hospital after he suffered sa heart attack and a fall at his London a home.
Wilkins, 61, was taken to the hospital from his home in Cobham, Surrey, this week.
His family were keeping a bedside vigil as the former England international fought for his life last night.
He suffered a cardiac arrest and fall at home before doctors made the decision to put him in an induced coma.
Speaking about his husband’s health with the Daily Mirror, Mrs Wilkins said: “He’s in hospital, he’s had a cardiac arrest and is in intensive care.
“He is not in a good state at all, I’m afraid. He’s critically ill.
“The cardiac arrest led to a fall which has meant he’s had to be put in an induced coma. It’s very, very bad.” she concluded.
Apart from Chelsea, Ray Wilkins also played for Manchester United.
He has previously served as coach at his beloved Chelsea with his latest job coming as an assistant coach to Tim Sherwood at English Championship outfit Aston Villa in 2015.