- The defender was reportedly victim of a home raid while playing for Sevilla
- Crooks are said to have bypassed security and terrorised his four children
- They stole jewellery and watches while Ramos played in the Champions League
The 37-year-old, who has amassed a career collection of 28 trophies as a player, was playing against French side Lens in the premier European competition when crooks broke into his house, according to the Sun.
The thieves bypassed the footballer’s alarm system at his house in the La Alegria country estate in Andalusia, southern Spain, before ‘terrorising’ his four young children, who had been looked after by two nannies – but were all left unharmed.
Ramos’ wife, journalist Pilar Rubio, was not present in the property as she was away working.
The crooks ended up leaving with luxury watches, jewellery, designer clothes and cash, the report adds, with police opening an investigation into the incident.
Sevilla defender Sergio Ramos was reportedly the victim of a shocking home raid last week
The burglars are said to have ‘terrorised’ Ramos’ four children, who were being looked after by two nannies. His wife Pilar Rubio (pictured) was away with work commitments
And he and his family had only just moved to their property in Bollullos de la Mitacion, a city located near Seville.
Ramos and his wife Rubio began dating in 2012 before getting married in June 2019.
He becomes the latest footballers to be targeted by robbers in Spain in recent years. Last year, former Barcelona star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was victim of a break-in as he and his wife were forced to lie on the floor in front of their terrified children while robbers ransacked their property.
The thieves made off with jewels after accessing the player’s safe – and left him with a broken jaw after hitting him on the chin with an iron bar.
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