- Dani Alves lost some valuables to burglars who broke into his home while in action for the French League side against Montpellier earlier this week
- The thieves took away wrist watches among other valuables after gaining entrance into his Paris home through one of the windows on the first floor
Paris Saint Germain superstar Dani Alves was said to have lost valuables while in action against Montpellier on Wednesday.
The Brazilian's home was broken into by thieves who carted away luxury watches and some other stulls according to L'Equipe reported on Saturday.
They gained unauthorised access into the defender's house in Neuilly-sur-Seine through a first-floor window that had been left open just outside Paris and went away with his watches.
Meanwhile, the former Barca star is the third PSG player to be targeted by thieves in recent months as reported by L'Equipe.
His teammates Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Thiago Silva also suffered similar occurrences during matches in November and December.
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Alves has made just twelve Ligue 1 appearances this campaign with four assists credited to him in the process.
His deal with the French League side however runs out along side the 2018-19 league season, and will become a free agent afterwards.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Sadio Mane's house was burgled while in action for Liverpool against Bayern Munich in the Champions League's last-16 match at Anfield, on Tuesday, February 19.
The burglars took advantage of the opportunity and managed to get away with watches, mobile phones and car keys belonging to the Premier League star.
BBC reports the incident as having occurred at Mane's house in Allerton, south Liverpool between 18:00 and 23:45 GMT.
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