Lucas Digne robbed! The French international suffered heavy damage (EXCLUDED)

According to our information Lucas Digne was the victim of a burglary during the weekend. Several valuables were stolen from the defender, currently in selection with the France team.

It is a very common illness in the world of football and this time it affects a player from the France team. Every year, several football players are victims of burglary and it often takes place during the players’ matches, when they are not at home. Very recently it was the star of the Blues Paul Pogba who was the victim on the Manchester side where he lives with his wife and two boys. Today, it is one of his teammates in the selection who has just suffered the same fate since according to our information, Lucas Worthy and his wife Tiziri had their property in London broken into last weekend.

The 28-year-old defender who now plays for the Aston Villa club in Birmingham has been living in England since 2018. A former Paris Saint-Germain player, he is regularly called up to the national team by Didier Deschamps. Present at Clairefontaine with the French internationals, he is therefore not currently in England and individuals have taken the opportunity to break into his London property. According to our information, the teammate of Mbappé and Griezmann has suffered great damage and several valuables were stolen by the burglars, including jewelry


The family in France during the burglary

Terrible news for Lucas Digne, currently in France with the Blues and who therefore cannot go there. Married since 2014 with his wife Tiziri, he is also the father of two children, a little boy named Isaho (born in April 2019) and a little Inaya (born in February 2021). The rest of the family did not seem to be in London at the time of the events since, according to the stories shared by Tiziri these last few hours, she is located in France, near Sainte-Maxime (Var) with her children.

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