A group of thieves broke into the house of Paulo Dybala and Oriana Sabatini in Italy

Thieves stole a collection of watches from Paulo Dybala (Photo: @paulodybala)

Despite the important victory of Juventus against Zenit in Russia thanks to a goal from Dejan Kulusevski to lead Group H of the Champions League with an ideal score (the reigning champions Chelsea and Malmo of Sweden are also in the area), Paulo dybala received bad news in the last hours.

As reported Mediaset, La Gazzetta dello Sport and Tuttosport, a group of criminals entered his residence in the Moncalieri area (Italian commune of the Piedmont region located 9 kilometers south of Turin) on the same day as the delegation bianconera traveled to Russia to face Zenit. Despite the fact that the Cordoba footballer was not part of the payroll made up of Massimiliano AllegrI as a result of an injury, the house where he lives with his partner, the actress and singer Oriana Sabatini, was uninhabited.

Paulo Dybala and Oriana Sabatini were not in the house at the time of the robbery
Paulo Dybala and Oriana Sabatini were not in the house at the time of the robbery

The thieves forced a window on the ground floor of the residence to enter, taking advantage of the fact that no one was in the area. A security guard at the scene alerted the police when he noticed suspicious movements near the house. However, the criminals managed to escape successfully.

The Italian press reported that a collection of watches and some jewelry was stolen from the striker, although they clarified that the footballer “is completing the inventory to find out if something else is missing inside the house.” Catherine Fulop, Sabatini’s mother, sent a message to the program Us in the morning from The thirteen and gave details of what happened: “Oriana was at home (Argentina), she was traveling to Miami that day and Paulo had gone out that day for dinner. It seems they entered through a window. The house has an alarm and security cameras directly connected to the Police ”.

Oriana Sabatini and Paulo Dybala at their home in Italy (@paulodybala)
Oriana Sabatini and Paulo Dybala at their home in Italy (@paulodybala)

The Jewel, who has raised his level considerably since the change of coach, he is currently off the court as a result of a tear in his left thigh, which marginalized him from the last calls of the Argentine national team. So far this season he has played six games, in which he scored three goals (Malmo, Udinese and Sampdoria) and provided two assists (Udinese and Milan). After a bad start to the tournament, as a result of the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, the Vecchia Signora he racked up four wins in a row to climb to seventh place and 10 behind leader Napoli.

The Cordovan is one of the main figures of the club, which is in talks to extend its link, which ends in June 2022. According to what was expressed by the Czech Pavel Nedved, vice president and former glory of the institution, the negotiations would be close to reaching a good port. “We are closer than ever to the expansion of Dybala and we are happy,” he said.

The thieves would have stolen a collection of watches from Paulo Dybala (@paulodybala)
The thieves would have stolen a collection of watches from Paulo Dybala (@paulodybala)

“He is too important a player for this team. Let’s hope he recovers for the important game against Inter ”, remarked the former footballer. The Juve and the Nerazzurro will star in a new edition of Derby of Italy next Sunday, from 3:45 p.m., at the Giuseppe Meazza.

It is worth remembering that in October of last year, Joaquín Correa, who at that time worked for Lazio -during this transfer market he landed at Inter-, told on social networks, outraged, how they had forcibly entered his home and they stole around 7 thousand euros between cash, watches and valuables, while he was playing a Serie A match. steal when I’m inside. I wait for you, you pieces of shit, ”he wrote.

Another case that featured an Argentine was that of Cristian Ansaldi, in 2019. The left-back of Torino in Serie A reported that they entered his home and that the thieves took “many things of value, such as bags, suitcases, watches, rings, bracelets and more ”.

This modality became a kind of common currency in recent times in Europe. Being busy people and who can spend several hours / days away from their homes, soccer players became a somewhat easy target for criminals, who go on to study their schedules to enter the properties when they are uninhabited.

The theft of Ángel Di María while a Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) match was being played, in which the Argentine striker was the starter, exposed a criminal modality. The assailants took several jewels and watches with an approximate value of 500,000 euros according to statements from the police source at the time of the events. The room where the crime occurred had a small safe that the robbers managed to open and escape with what was inside without those present noticing what happened.

Similarly, the also Argentine from PSG Mauro Icardi, suffered a robbery last January, when the player was going to Lorient to play that Sunday for Ligue 1 (his team lost 3-2), a source close to the investigation informed the AFP agency.