In the special news published in El Pais with the signature of Rebecca Carranco; It was stated that the home of the Gabonese football player, located in Barcelona’s Castelldefels district, was robbed by four masked and armed people this morning.
MASKED AND ARMED thieves had a nightmare
According to the news based on police sources; Armed robbers, estimated to be at least four, had reached the garden by climbing the walls of the house. The robbers, who threatened the star football player and his wife with guns and iron sticks here, entered and stole the valuables in the house.
It was stated that the attackers, who forced the safe in the house to open, took the expensive jewelry and disappeared in a white vehicle. According to the claim of another source, the Audi A3 brand vehicle, in which the robbers fled the scene, belonged to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
TRANSFER BATTLE OBSTACLE
It was also claimed that the Gabonese player, who was in great fear with his family, was battered by thieves during the robbery. While this claim is being voiced more loudly with each passing day, it has come to the point of preventing the transfer of the star football player to Chelsea.
According to the news of David Ornstein from The Athletic; Chelsea, who want to end the transfer of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, are currently skeptical of the transfer due to the injury of the star player during the home robbery.
JAW IS BROKEN
The experienced player will be away from the field for a few weeks due to his broken jaw, and Chelsea, who is in talks with Barcelona, got stuck in his mind. The uncertainty of the time that the 33-year-old football player, who is likely to go under the knife, will not be able to play, worries the British representative.
A loan option is also on the table for Chelsea, which has reconsidered the transfer due to the possibility of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s few league games. After the robbery, Barcelona and Chelsea started negotiations on a rental transfer.