The Italian football team Fiorentina, Frenchman Franck Ribery, published a video clip on his Twitter account on Monday showing the personal belongings lying on the ground and the effects left by thieves after his house on the highlands of Florence was stolen, at a time when Italian media reported That the stolen items were valuable holdings.
"I returned home from the match against Parma (1-2 Sunday in the 30th stage of the Italian League). This house is in Italy, where I decided to pursue my career after many years in Munich (with Bayern Munich). This is what I found out," Ribery wrote in a tweet. ".
He added: "Yes, my wife lost some bags, some jewelry, but thank God, this is not the main thing. What is shocking me is the feeling that I am exposed ... this matter does not pass, and I do not accept it!"
He continued: "By the grace of God my wife and children were safe in Munich, but how can I be confident today? How do we feel comfortable staying here today after what happened?", Which raised questions about his willingness to stay in Italy after this theft.
Ic pic.twitter.com/29slQ0P7DM- Franck Ribéry (@FranckRibery) July 6, 2020
"I am not seeking millions ... I am still running behind the ball because it is my passion. But my passion or not, my family comes first, and we will make the necessary decisions for our safety," the former international player explained.
Ribery is considered one of the most prominent Frenchmen who occupied the pavilion position in recent years. The veteran fought a long march, the most prominent station between 2007 and 2019 with Bayern Munich, before joining Fiorentina.