thieves broke into the Villa of the former Bayern Munich Stars Franck Ribéry in Florence, while the player was on Sunday in the away game of his team AC Fiorentina at Parma Calcio in use. As the Frenchman announced on Monday on Twitter, were handbags and jewellery of his wife stolen.
Outraged over the "shock" published in the 37-Year-old (contract until mid-2021) a Video of his devastated house, and had doubts about his future in Italy advent. "Thank God my wife and my children safe in Munich," wrote Ribéry and asked: "How can we feel us to the present day here yet?" He'll meet with his family now, the "necessary decisions for our welfare."
The club tried to appease the attacking players. "We will do our Best to give Franck the necessary peace of mind", let President Rocco Commisso announce: "I'm sure, that the Florentine will also be at Franck's page and felt him their great Affection and love for our great Champion," he said.
Ribéry alerted the police after he had found upon his return that Unknown access had gives to his Villa. The police are investigating. The Fiorentina had won in Parma 2:1.Updated Date: 07 July 2020, 03:20