Chesterfield FC loanee Jordan Flores is still in hospital receiving treatment after a car crash on Monday.
Both the nature and the extent of the 22-year-old’s injuries are not yet known.
Flores’ car was involved in a collision with another vehicle on Baslow Road, Eastmoor and both drivers were taken to hospital.
Forty-eight hours later, neither the Spireites nor Flores’ parent club Wigan are able to give any details on the player’s condition.
The Latics are yet to even reference the car crash on their official website.
A Chesterfield statement released on Wednesday morning said: “Jordan Flores has been transferred from Chesterfield Royal Hospital to a hospital in Sheffield following his involvement in a road traffic accident on Monday.
“His condition is being monitored by medical staff at the hospital who will keep the club and the player’s family informed of developments.”
Speaking on Tuesday, Chesterfield first team boss Jack Lester said he was hoping to hear more about Flores’ condition later that day.
He told the Derbyshire Times: “You just hope everyone is okay.
“We’re hoping to get something back today.”
Flores was travelling to the Proact to report for training on Monday when the crash took place, some time between 7am and 8am.
The footballer was taken to Chesterfield Royal by ambulance before being moved to the Northern General in Sheffield.
An air ambulance transported the other driver to Nottingham for treatment.
Flores joined the Spireites on a season-long loan deal back in August and has played 15 times for the League Two outfit.