The man is suspected of having robbed three professional footballers, including one of FC Metz.

The man arrested Thursday in the Paris region and suspected of robbing three professional footballers was indicted on Saturday and placed in custody, it was learned from the prosecutor's office in Metz.

Already convicted "many times" for theft, the man, born in 1998, was deported after the end of his custody, indicted "for six flights against three victims between March and August 2019" and placed in provisional detention, told the AFP the parquet floor of Metz. "He acknowledged the facts about a player from FC Metz", victim of two burglaries, but not others, we learned from the same source. The total damage of these flights has not yet been evaluated.

Among the victims, Kevin N'Doram from FC Metz

On the return of the match between FC Metz and Strasbourg, on August 11, a player of the Metz team, Kevin N'Doram according to the Republican Lorraine , discovered his apartment burgled with theft of "jewels and luxury clothes for a prejudice tens of thousands of euros, "told AFP Friday a police source. The other two players victims of theft evolve "in clubs in western France," according to the police, who did not give their identities because the investigation, conducted by the Departmental Security of Moselle, continues.

Thursday were also arrested in the Paris region seven people (six men and a woman aged 25 to 29 years) suspected of having participated including robbery of two footballers PSG, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Thiago Silva, in December 2018, for damages of several hundred thousand euros.