Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane and midfielder Isco are the latest in a growing list of high-profile stars in football whose houses have been burgled.
According to reports in Spain, the duo’s homes were allegedly broken into while Real were playing a match, meaning they are the latest additions to a list of 11 players whose houses have been raided in recent months.
On Friday, on loan Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata’s home was burgled while his wife and children were in the property.
Police are still hunting for the criminals after the Atletico star’s Madrid house was broken into while he was on international duty with Spain.
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Furthermore, Barcelona star Arthur Melo’s house was broken into just hours after his side’s Champions League match against Liverpool last month.
Two individuals reportedly broke into Arthur’s home in the Catalan city during the late hours of of the night armed with a machete and a screwdriver.
Other players who have endured similar raids in recent months include Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema and Barcelona defender Gerard Pique.
Benzema’s house was broken into in the Spanish capital while Los Blancos were being soundly beaten at the Bernabeu by Barca in the second-leg of the Copa del Rey semi-final, Spanish TV show El Chiringuito claimed.