Juventus star Paulo Dybala's house ‘burgled with luxury watch collection stolen by robbers'
JUVENTUS star Paulo Dybala had his house burgled and his luxury watch collection stolen, according to reports.
The Argentine was not in the property when the alleged robbery took place overnight on Tuesday into Wednesday.
Juventus won 1-0 at Zenit in the Champions League on Wednesday but Dybala, 27, is injured so did not make the trip to Russia.
The robbers reportedly planned the heist assuming he would be out the country and although he was not, fortunately neither him or his partner Oriana Sabatini were in the property when they struck.
Italian reports say a local security guard was patrolling the area when he saw 'suspicious movements' inside the property.
The alarm was raised as he knew Dybala was not home.
But the burglars managed to escape his swanky Turin home with the haul of watches, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
They are said to have gained entry by forcing a ground floor window.
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Unfortunately, it is not the first time Juventus stars have been targeted by thieves.
Weston McKennie's house was ransacked while Juve played SPAL in a January Coppa Italia clash.
Mauro Camoranesia and Claudio Marchisio have both been victims of the same crime with the latter being inside with his family when the robbers broke in.
Earlier this year, Roma star Chris Smalling was robbed at gunpoint in front if his wife and toddler son.
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The former Manchester United centre-back was sleeping when three armed thugs broke into his home and forced him to open his safe.
He handed over a Rolex watch and other items of jewellery.
His wife Sam Cooke, 35, called the police at 5am after the break-in at the home in the Appia Antica area of Rome.
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