Mauro and Wanda Icardi's Paris home 'burgled while striker was on PSG duty with jewellery worth £350k stolen'
THE PARIS home of Mauro Icardi and Wanda Nara was reportedly burgled over the weekend, with items worth £350,000 stolen.
According to L'Equipe, the incident took place on Saturday night as intruders entered their Neuilly-sur-Seine home.
Staff of the Argentine striker discovered that items were missing on Sunday morning and alerted the authorities.
Police took DNA samples and understand that the burglars forced their way in through a window.
Among the valuables stolen include designer clothes, watches and jewellery, thought to total £350,000.
Icardi was not inside the house during the incident, having travelled to Brittany for Paris Saint-Germain's game with Lorient.
The whereabouts of Wanda Nara and their five children, three of which the presenter had with ex-husband Maxi Lopez, at the time of the burglary is unknown.
The burglary is far from the first to happen in the area with PSG stars often targeted.
Thiago Silva, Dani Alves and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting were all burgled during their spells at the club.
Chelsea defender Silva had a watch worth £530,000 burgled in a December 2018 raid thought to tally over £1million of valuables.
Likewise, Choupo-Moting saw numerous luxury watches totaling over £50,000 taken the month before.
A 2017 burglary hit on then-PSG coach Unai Emery's home saw transfer plans and salary documents among the £18,000 worth of goods stolen.
Only last week, goalkeeper Sergio Rico had over £20,000 worth of items stolen while playing for Les Parisiens against Montpellier.
Icardi himself was held at gunpoint in Milan in 2015, surrendering a £26,000 Hublot watch to two men as he parked his car.
In England, Premier League footballers have been snapping up expensive guard dogs to ensure their properties are safe.
Dele Alli was among those welcoming a new pooch into his home after being attacked by knife-wielding thugs last year.
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