Luis Figo’s Madrid Mansion Robbed, Thieves Make Away With €500,000 Worth Of Jewellery


Former Real Madrid and Barcelona Player Luis Figo’s Madrid mansion was attacked on Wednesday night while Lwasn’t around and the robbers made away with jewellery worth €500,000 according to reports in the Spanish media. According to top Spanish magazine, AS, who reported the story;

‘The thieves – who apparently waited until Figo and his wife were out to ransack their home – did away with jewellery items and luxury watches with a value of approximately €500,000.’

‘The retired footballer reported the incident to a police station in Hortaleza and an investigation is now underway.’
It is the second time Figo’s house has been robbed, following an incident in 2003 when three armed men broke into his home and looted several valuables.

Figo made 127 appearances for Portugal, scoring 32 goals and shockingly swapped Barcelona for Real Madrid in 2000 for a then world record €60million fee.

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