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Premier League star ‘ATTACKED and tied up at home by masked thugs carrying machetes’

The footballer and his Premier League girlfriend ‘are attacked by four balaclava-clad thugs carrying machetes who grabbed them while they were watching TV and in the bathroom at a remote £ 1.5 million mansion before tying them up and looting the house’

  • The player, who has not been identified, was attacked by thugs dressed in ski masks.
  • His £ 1.5 million home is believed to have been broken into during the international recess.
  • The footballer was later dragged through his secluded mansion by the four men.
  • It is believed that they entered the house through a glass door.

A Premier League star was brutally attacked at his home and tied up along with his girlfriend by thugs carrying machetes, reports say.

The player, who has not been identified, was attacked by a gang of balaclava-clad thugs who broke into his £ 1.5 million home during the international break.

The footballer was dragged through his secluded mansion by the four men who made their way through a glass door.

The terrifying attack is said to have occurred when the player was watching a game on television while his partner was in the bathroom.

But the thugs are believed to have grabbed, tied up and left them while they ransacked their home, with watches, jewelry and electrical items allegedly looted.

A Premier League star was reportedly attacked at his home and tied up along with his wife.

A Premier League star was reportedly attacked at his home and tied up along with his wife.

The Sun reports that the player was dragged from his home after four men broke into the property

The Sun reports that the player was dragged from his home after four men broke into the property

The Sun reports that the player was dragged from his home after four men broke into the property

A source told the Sun: ‘It’s the worst nightmare of all. He was quite brave and did the best he could, but he was outnumbered and they were quite aggressive.

“The player lives a fairly low-key life off the pitch, so he was surprised to be attacked. He doesn’t show his wealth and enjoys being as normal as possible. ‘

Police said: ‘The property was broken into and jewelry was stolen, along with other household items. Investigations are ongoing. ‘

They claim the items were stolen after he and his wife, who were bathing at the time, were tied up.

They claim the items were stolen after he and his wife, who were bathing at the time, were tied up.

They claim the items were stolen after he and his wife, who were bathing at the time, were tied up.

The theft left his club staff in shock and left officials deeply distressed by the events.

Sportsmail they have contacted the Premier League for comment.

It is the latest reported theft of a footballer’s property, and raids while they are playing games are becoming a worryingly frequent occurrence of late.

The home of goalkeeper Robin Olsen was attacked by robbers with machetes in March this year.

The home of goalkeeper Robin Olsen was attacked by robbers with machetes in March this year.

The home of goalkeeper Robin Olsen was attacked by robbers with machetes in March this year.

Sheffield United goalkeeper Robin Olsen and his family were subjected to a “horrible” attack by machete robbers in March this year in Altrincham, Greater Manchester, when the Swede was playing for Everton.

Subsequently, many clubs considered offering bodyguards to their players, amid concerns that they are being targeted by an organized mob.

The attack on Olsen’s home came a month after former Toffees chief Carlo Ancelotti saw a safe stolen from his property by thugs molested by the Italian’s daughter.

Subsequently, the Merseyside police recovered the safe five kilometers from the house of the now Real Madrid coach in Thornton, although it had been forced to open.

Carlo Ancelotti saw a safe from his home stolen in February while he was Everton coach

Carlo Ancelotti saw a safe from his home stolen in February while he was Everton coach

Carlo Ancelotti saw a safe from his home stolen in February while he was Everton coach

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