Argentine star Paulo Dybala, Juventus striker, was robbed, as thieves broke into his home in Turin during his absence, as he was on the team’s list in Russia to follow Juve’s victory over Zenit in the Champions League, but this trip abroad cost him dearly.
Juventus beat Zenit 1-0 in the match that brought the two teams together in Petersburg on Wednesday, in the third round of the Champions League.
The Italian newspaper, La Repubblica, said that the home of the Argentine striker, located between Turin and Moncalieri, was targeted by thieves who broke into the house from a window on the ground floor.
One of the guards who were roaming the area raised the alarm after seeing the movement inside the villa, which was supposed to be empty, but the thieves managed to escape, after a valuable set of watches were stolen, but the player is still taking stock of his possessions to know the size of the losses.
The theft file in Italy is very widespread, as two years ago, Marchisio was threatened with a pistol with his wife at his home in Vinovo by criminals, and recently the car of Napoli coach Luciano Spalletti was stolen.
Dybala is currently preparing to be with Juventus in the next match against Inter Milan on Sunday, in the ninth round of the Italian League.