The British newspaper "Sun" revealed that the home of Manchester City star and Algerian captain Riad Mahrez was stolen in Manchester on Saturday.
The newspaper said: "The loot is estimated at half a million pounds sterling, which is cash, rare soccer shirts, bracelets, and Rolex watches."

She explained: "Three hours was kept by Mehrez at his home, the first price is 230 thousand pounds, the second 40 thousand, and the third is worth 35 thousand pounds, as the thieves seized more than 50 thousand pounds in cash, as well as bracelets and soccer shirts exceeding 150 thousand pounds a pound".

It is noteworthy that Mehrez returned to team training with his team Manchester City to prepare for the return of sports activity next June in the English Premier League and the Champions League, a championship that the Algerian star is seeking to crown with the company of Spanish coach Pep Guardiola.

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