Italy and PSG star Verratti robbed of €3m in Ronaldo’s villa

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Italy international Marco Verratti was the victim of a robbery while on vacation at Ronaldo’s villa, with €3m of items stolen from the PSG midfielder.

According to Diario de Ibiza and Le Parisien, the incident occurred while Verratti and his family were out to dinner on Sunday evening.

They returned home to discover burglars had broken into the rented villa, which is owned by former Inter striker Ronaldo, and stolen jewellery, watches and cash amounting to circa €3m.

Much of the loot was Verratti’s collection of luxury watches.

Local police believe this was a targeted robbery performed by a specialised gang, because they managed to disable the sophisticated security system.

There have been a spate of high-profile robberies involving Paris Saint-Germain players, including imminent Juventus signing Angel Di Maria and former Roma defender Marquinhos.

Verratti is on his summer vacation before the PSG pre-season training is scheduled to begin on Monday July 4.

2 Comments on “Italy and PSG star Verratti robbed of €3m in Ronaldo’s villa”

  1. Why would you have 3m off valuables on you – on holiday as well – has he been speaking to luciano moggi?

  2. WTF! You store valuables in a safe, you don’t leave them out for someone to steal. At Ronaldo’s villa? It was probably an inside job. I’m sure he was insured for the loss. If not, qualify for the next Euro, win the competition and collect a cut of the prize money.

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