Shock at Shkodran Mustafi (30)!
As the Spanish newspaper “Levante” reports, the 2014 world champion was robbed in the night from Sunday to Monday in his luxury property in the Spanish town of Bétera.
According to the report, the perpetrators entered the villa near Valencia through his private golf course.
Accordingly, the thieves stole cash, jewelry and expensive clothes worth around one million euros.
Mustafi is even said to have been on the top floor of his villa.
He only noticed the thieves when they fled again with their bulging bags.
curious: The Guardia Civil investigators probably assume that the thieves knew from Mustafi’s photos on social networks how best to get into the house.
So did his postings attract criminals?
It happens again and again that players are robbed when their team is playing and they are logically not at home.
All the more unusual that Mustafi was in the house.
In terms of sport, things are going poorly for the 2014 world champion. Last season he was relegated to FC Schalke.
The same fate now threatens him with his club UD Levante. With five games left, his club is five points behind in 19th place. There is no relegation in Spain.
Mustafi only made 11 appearances this season due to a knee injury. After a game in early April, he currently has to pause again.
Things looked even better in 2014: Mustafi played three games at the World Cup and thus played a large part in the success of the German team.