- Kevin Prince Boateng's house was robbed on Saturday, February 16, while playing for Barcelona
- Boateng who is on loan at Barcelona made his home debut for the club in win over Vallodolid
- But while playing for the Catalans, his house was burgled by unknown hoodlums
Barcelona star Kevin Prince Boateng had his mansion broken by burglars on Saturday night, February 16, while playing against Real Valladolid in La Liga game.
The house which is in the upmarket neighborhood of Sarria was robbed by yet to be identified hoodlums in which £250,000 of valuables and cash were stolen.
According to the report by UK Sun, Police have confirmed that the house of the African football star was robbed, but no arrest has been made.
''We are investigating a burglary at a property in the Sarria area of Barcelona which has been reported to us,'' spokesman for the police confirmed according to the report.
Boateng made his home debut for Barcelona at Nou Camp last night as he was named in the starting line-up and played 60 minutes before being substituted.
The 31-year-old Ghanaian star discovered the break-in when he returned home after the match which ended 1-0 in favor of Barcelona as Lionel Messi scored the goal.
Kevin Boateng is currently playing for Barcelona on loan from Italian side Sassuolo and will be there till the end of the season.
Barcelona are currently topping the Spanish La Liga standings with 54 points after 24 games played this season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Spanish giants Barcelona announced the signing of Ghanaian striker Kevin-Prince Boateng from Serie A side Sassuolo on loan.
The former AC Milan forward replaced departed Munir El haddadi who joined Sevilla in the January window on a permanent deal.
Boateng who represented his native country at the 2006 World Cup scored four goals in 13 appearances for Sassulo this season before joining Barcelona.
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