Paris St-Germain goalkeeper Sergio Rico is in a "serious" condition in intensive care after a horse riding accident, his club says.
The accident occurred while Rico, 29, was participating in an annual pilgrimage in the El Rocio region of Huelva in Spain.
In a statement his family said he suffered "a serious mishap due to a mule cart and a horse that hit him".
The Spaniard was flown by helicopter to a hospital in Seville.
Rico was on the bench as PSG won a record 11th league title with a 1-1 draw at Strasbourg on Saturday.
He had returned to his native Spain after the squad were given time off following the match.
"Sergio is in good hands and is battling to pull through," the player's family said in a statement on Sunday.
"He is receiving the best care, we must tread with caution, especially for the next 48 hours."
A PSG spokesperson said Rico is "in a serious condition".
The club later added it was "in constant contact with his loved ones".
The former Sevilla keeper spent the 2018-19 season on loan at Premier League side Fulham.
He followed that with a season-long loan at PSG before making the switch permanent in September 2020. He has made 29 appearances for the French side.
"Lots of strength and a speedy recovery," tweeted Sevilla.